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Matt Hasselbeck, Leonard Marshall pledge brains for CTE research

Matt Hasselbeck pledged his brain to be studied by the Concussion Legacy Foundation. (AP) We’re still learning about concussions and their long-term effects, and that process doesn’t get easier when players are still hiding concussions to stay on the field. The Concussion Legacy Foundation announced that two former NFL stars have pledged their brains to be studied upon their deaths.
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