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Former NFL linebacker Dwight Hollier focuses on tackling a different obstacle facing NFL players


, a longtime linebacker for the Miami Dolphins and a star at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has found a new way to make a mark on the league. Now, as the Vice President of Wellness and Clinical Services for the NFL, Hollier helps provide the necessary materials, education, and more, to aid current and former players. (Charlotte Observer)

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