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Only one player remains stricken with flu

By Stephanie Storm Published: October 23, 2009

The flu - including  two confirmed cases of the H1N1 strain - hit the Browns hard earlier in the week with the worst of it coming Wednesday when 12 players were told to stay home and take appropriate medicine. 

By Thursday, two of the  team's main players had returned to work in linebacker Kamerion Wimbley and nose tackle Shaun Rogers - two defensive players the Browns missed being 100 percent Sunday at Pittsburgh.

Come Friday morning, head coach Eric Mangini said only one player - defensive lineman Corey Williams - remained home sick.


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