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"It got to a point where it made me concerned, and now I'm thinking, 'Gosh, what do the next 10 years look like? said Mark Rypien, the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit over head injuries against the NFL. (The Washington Times)
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"It got to a point where it made me concerned, and now I'm thinking, 'Gosh, what do the next 10 years look like? said Mark Rypien, the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit over head injuries against the NFL. (The Washington Times)

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