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Former Packer Jim Taylor doesn't skip beat in recovery

9:58 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
Green Bay Packers fullback Jim Taylor at picture day on the team's practice field in 1966. Press-Gazette archives
Green Bay Packers fullback Jim Taylor at picture day on the team's practice field in 1966. Press-Gazette archives
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It took six years, but Jim Taylor never wavered on his road to recovery.

The Green Bay Packers' Hall of Fame fullback and tireless fitness fanatic suffered a stroke in 2004, the first serious setback of his life.

Known for his workmanlike approach to his health and conditioning, Taylor never had any major form of surgery before or after his 10-year NFL career. But after the stroke, he required an intravenous injection of tissue plasminogen activator to dissolve the clot and restore blood flow. ...

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