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NFL players who have died young

Published: Sep 26 2013 03:43:16 PM EDT   Updated On: Jul 08 2014 08:36:04 AM EDT

A preliminary settlement has been reached in the NFL concussions lawsuit. Take a look at NFL players who have died young, many from brain injuries related to hits on the field.

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A federal judge approved Monday a preliminary settlement in a class action lawsuit filed by thousands of former NFL players against the National Football League over concussions. Take a look at NFL players who have died young, many from brain injuries related to hits on the field.

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