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Rams rookie Robert Quinn knows what it feels like to be Jerome Harrison

Two football players, two brain tumors, two unbelievable stories. Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison reportedly underwent surgery for a brain tumor on Friday. As amazing as it is that Harrison could play in the NFL with a brain tumor, it’s even more amazing that he’s not the only one. Robert Quinn, a defensive end drafted No. 14 overall by the Rams this year, has a tumor the size of a dime still inside his skull. (Sporting News)

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