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Aaron Hernandez’s family sues NFL over ‘severe’ CTE

By Reuters
23 September 2017   |   12:00 pm
The family of former football star and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is suing the NFL, their attorney saying brain scans after his death show he had 'severe' CTE.

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