Detroit halfback suffered series of strokes after emergency brain surgery.
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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs recently revealed that former Browns running back Jerome Harrison is battling post-brain tumor seizures.
According to the Cleveland Browns' Joshua Cribbs, Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison is "doing pretty bad" and has been in and out of the hospital with seizures.
Last season, we reported that it was discovered that former Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Harrison, then a member of the Detroit Lions, had a brain tumor and needed to have surgery. Harrison had surgery to remove the tumor and is "progressing" according to his agent, via the Detroit Lions official website.
Brown met the local media for the first time since trade and was asked whether he felt awkward being back?
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Apparently, the trade was a "life-saving one," according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Harrison failed the physical because it was discovered by Philadelphia doctors that he had a brain tumor. It's not every day that players undergo physicals; they typically seem to happen when a player joins a new team.