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Wednesday, August 24, 2005 

Mystery

The death of San Francisco offensive lineman Thomas Herrion earlier this week is another reminder of how tough the game of football can be. While many are speculating that his weight (310) was a factor, the autopsy results have been inconclusive so far:

The Denver coroner's office performed an autopsy, but said no cause of death could be determined until toxicology tests were performed. The tests usually take about three to six weeks.

I wonder if those results will change the wave of emotion among his teammates and friends.

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