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Refreshed Dillon answering the call

When he's done lacing 'em up, Corey Dillon might run right in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. When he's done lacing 'em up, Corey Dillon might run right in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / January 14, 2007

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FOXBOROUGH -- It was just one more carry in a grinder of a career that has numbered more than 2,600 of them, in a game that already had been decided. But when Corey Dillon bulled his way past O.J. Simpson on the NFL's all-time yardage list in the regular-season finale at Tennessee, it was a symbolic milestone. "Corey will go ... (Full article: 1645 words)

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