Injuries End UNC Linebacker J.B. Copeland's Career
Posted Dec 2, 2016
J.B. Copeland's football career is over. The UNC junior linebacker announced Thursday that after suffering from multiple concussions he must walk away from the game. "For me, these past couple months have had a lot of ups and downs," Copeland wrote on Instagram. "Sadly, I won't be playing football any longer, due to an unhealthy amount of concussions."
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