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Your daily 30 Second Download on Sports Tue, 25 Jul 2017 23:00:23 +0000 Sports Your daily 30 Second Download on Sports KASW CW 61 it time to suit up and get physical. the arizona cardinals are in full pads at training camp. hi - i adam waltz. the red birds are already running through contact drills in the first week of training camp while other teams are just showing up at camp. a new study examined more than two hundred brains of former n-f-l players& finding evidence of c-t- e in nearly all of them. c-t-e is a brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head. 90 percent of the donated brains by former n-f-l players tested positive for c- t-e..

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