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'You just can't give into it': Gregg doesn't back down from Parkinson's

8:01 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
Hall of Fame guard Forrest Gregg is introduced during halftime of an Oct. 2, 2011 game at Lambeau Field in honor of the 1961 NFL champion Green Bay Packers team. File/Press-Gazette Media
Hall of Fame guard Forrest Gregg is introduced during halftime of an Oct. 2, 2011 game at Lambeau Field in honor of the 1961 NFL champion Green Bay Packers team. File/Press-Gazette Media
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When the diagnosis first came in, Forrest Gregg did what he'd always done.

The Green Bay Packers' Pro Football Hall of Fame tackle brought it before his team.

It wasn't any of the seven Gregg coached during his 25 years on a football sideline, but rather the one that mattered most to him - his wife, Barbara, his daughter, Karen, and son, Forrest Jr. ...

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