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First Take’s Stephen A. Smith goes ballistic over Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer filing a suit against the NFL and the New England Patriots.

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  • Michael Edwards
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    Your brain determines everything, every single thing you do. If your brain is damaged it can absolutely make you do things you would not normally do. Damage certain parts of your brain and you'll no longer care about right and wrong, but Smith wouldn't understand that with his journalism degree. The brain controls everything we do and damage can change who we are completely, it can make you very suggestable so if the wrong person finds you they can lead you down the wrong path, there is nothing significant brain damage can't do. Smith is just defending his employment.

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