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‘Blood clot’ found on brain of Marist football player after coming back from concussion

One of Hudson County’s most talented high school football players landed in a Philadelphia hospital with a potentially life-threatening head injury last weekend after he collapsed on the sideline during a playoff game in South Jersey.

Three weeks after sustaining a concussion during a regular season game, Marist running back D’Ondre Robinson was pulled from his team’s 55-6 loss to St. Joseph of Hammonton last Saturday when he began suffering from a headache, he told The Jersey Journal during a phone interview Tuesday night.

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