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Coach tells of loss of feeling after surgery

Says he continues to experience pain

Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis testified during his medical malpractice lawsuit trial at Suffolk Superior Court yesterday. Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis testified during his medical malpractice lawsuit trial at Suffolk Superior Court yesterday. (Suzanne Kreiter, pool/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / February 15, 2007

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Former New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis testified yesterday in Suffolk Superior Court that he decided to have gastric bypass surgery after reviewing the team's upset victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI in February 2002 and was reminded of a fellow assistant coach, Dick Rehbein, who had died of a heart attack before the season. (Full article: 489 words)

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