Cowboys’ Frederick retires, cites play after nerve disorder

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Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick is retiring from the NFL at 29. The surprising decision comes less than two years after Frederick was diagnosed with a neurological disorder that sidelined him for all of 2018.

Frederick returned last year and made the Pro Bowl. But Frederick was clear in a statement announcing his retirement that he wasn’t the same player from before the diagnosis of Guillian-Barre syndrome.

The auto-immune disease attacks the nervous system and causes weakness. Frederick was a first-round pick seven years ago.

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