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Zach Orr changes story regarding second opinion

When linebacker Zach Orr announced his retirement in January, he said he talked to “multiple doctors and spine specialists” about the spinal condition which led him to walk away. Apparently that’s not the case, but getting multiple opinions was part of his changing his mind and looking for a chance to play again. The now-free…
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