Former Eagles DE Vinny Curry to miss 2021 season after developing blood clots following removal of spleen

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Former Eagles defensive end Vinny Curry announced that he’s going to miss the entire 2021 NFL season after doctors diagnosed him with blood clots.

Curry had been diagnosed with a rare blood disorder that required the removal of his spleen and the blood clots formed during recovery. The veteran DE is expected to make a full recovery and he plans on playing in 2022.

Curry had been on the team’s NFI list throughout the process.

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