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UNC Football Player Who Ended Up Homeless Had CTE


For so long, had the same explanation for his inability to get his life on track. “Something is wrong with my brain,” said Hoffman, a former offensive lineman at UNC who ended up a panhandler, homeless, penniless and dependent on drugs and alcohol. Last week, his family learned that Hoffman, who was 41 when he died in November, was right. (New York Times)

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