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FEB 05, 2016 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Browns and Johnny Manziel: which one will rebound faster? -- Bud Shaw's Spinoffs

The Cleveland Browns are Johnny Manziel expect to part ways in March. Despite his issues, the NFL quarterback landscape suggests some team will take a chance on Manziel almost immediately -- Bud Shaw's Spinoffs. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Browns weren't the only ones to put a high draft grade on Johnny Manziel two years ago despite his issues. One report ...

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FEB 04, 2016 - New York Times

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N.F.L. Roundup: Autopsy Confirms McNeill Had C.T.E., a Report Says

Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill, who died last year at 63, was found to have brain trauma, according to CNN.

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FEB 04, 2016 - New York Times

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Former Viking Fred McNeill Suffered From Brain Trauma: CNN

An autopsy has confirmed that former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill was suffering from brain trauma when he died last year at 63, CNN reported on Thursday.

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FEB 04, 2016 - Reuters

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Former Viking Fred McNeill suffered from brain trauma: CNN

(Reuters) - An autopsy has confirmed that former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill was suffering from brain trauma when he died last year at 63, CNN reported on Thursday.

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FEB 02, 2016 - Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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The winter of our discontent: Will any Minnesota team make the playoffs?

We already lived through what is likely to be the worst Minnesota sports year of my lifetime. That was 2011. The Twins plummeted. The Vikings hit rock bottom. And five winter sports teams — the Wild, Timberwolves, Gophers men’s basketball, Gophers women’s basketball and Gophers men’s hockey — failed to reach the postseason (pro playoffs or NCAA tourney) in the ...

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