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Mohamed Massaquoi: What I've lost and what I've gained


Last April, I went on a trip with some friends. I had been an NFL wide receiver. I’d made my career by catching the ball. A few days later, my left hand had been amputated. Here’s the story of what happened and how my accident has changed my life. Before I begin, I’d like to thank my wife for being my rock throughout this process, and I want to thank my family and friends. (The Players' Tribune)


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