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Dillon fights through pain

In 2d half, he bounces back

By Nick Cafardo and Jim McCabe
Globe Staff / November 15, 2004

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FOXBOROUGH -- Because Corey Dillon means so much to the Patriots offense, any sign of injury is cause for concern. Such a moment came with 8:06 remaining in the first half last night when Dillon, after an 8-yard run, came up limping and went to the sideline, where he stayed for the rest of the half. (Full article: 953 words)

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