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Cowboy legend Irvin in hospital for tests following throat problems

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Dallas Cowboy’s wide receiving legend, media star and Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin announced in an Instagram post that he has undergone biopsy tests on his throat after facing months of voice problems.

In the post, Irvin said he lost his voice celebrating the Cowboys’’ home win over the New Orleans Saints last November.

Irvin noted that his father died from throat cancer at the age of 51. Irvin is 53. Irvin said he spent Sunday and Monday at the UCLA Medical Health Center undergoing tests.

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