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NAT018 - (SPORTS-FBN-Warren-Sapp-Brain-Donor) (FOR ONLINE USE) MIAMI. x-15s. N-F-L Hall of Famer Warren Sapp says his 13-year playing career has impacted his memory and he will donate his brain to The Concussion Legacy Foundation after he dies. In a video posted to The Player's Tribune, he says kids younger than 10 years old should not be tackling. ("..good at it.") (SOURCE:ABC) -- TAG: Sapp said he hopes his donation can help prevent concussions and permanent brain damage for future football players. --

NAT017 - (SPORTS-FBN-Warren-Sapp-Brain-Donor) (FOR ONLINE USE) MIAMI. x-14s. N-F-L Hall of Famer Warren Sapp says his 13-year playing career has impacted his memory and he will donate his brain to The Concussion Legacy Foundation after he dies. …

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