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Topic - Mike Wright
"Pushing through getting hit on the field and being dizzy is not normal. Your brain is extremely important. You have no idea what your brain has to process to even stand up out of a chair," Wright said.
"I'm fortunate for Dr. (Thomas) Gill and (Patriots head athletic trainer) Jim (Whalen) that they kept me out of that game because something that minor, guys can go back in all the time," he said. "So I'm very fortunate to have guys like that looking out for me."