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Published: Sunday, Feb. 24 2013 5:40 p.m. MST

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Baltimore, MD

Tough news for Star.

I wish him well and hope his heart condition isn't something serious.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

This is really too bad. Hopefully this turns out to not be anything serious. Either way, his draft stock is about to drop like a rock.

Roger Jolly
Maricopa, AZ

Terrible news, but your health comes first and best wishes for Star and I hope it's something that won't keep him from his dream of playing in the NFL.

Raymond, 00

It's too bad.. Hopefully the condition doesn't hurt his stock. He's a top 5 pick whether he performs at the combine or not. But get well soon Star!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

I hope this does not affect hi$ future.

Frisco, TX

Tough news. Good luck, Star. Hope all is well. Just remember, there are a lot of things that are more important than football.

Roger Jolly
Maricopa, AZ

Though I left another comment minutes ago I'll say this, "Best wishes Star, you are a true Ute great and there is nothing more important than your health. Hopefully this won't stop you from living a dream in the NFL."

Signed, Ute 92 fan


Wow, what a shock! So sorry to hear that, here's hoping it is only minor and Star can still play!

Ogden, UT

Best wishes to Star and his family. Can't imagine the roller-coaster of emotions he and they must be experiencing at this time. Our prayers are with you.

Layton, UT

This Cougar fan wishes Star the best.

Atlanta, GA

I am a Cougar fan thru and thru, but my heart sank when I saw the headline and read the article. I wish him and his family the best, whatever that may be.

Proud Ute

Best wishes for your long term health Star!

West Jordan, UT

If this turns out to be a career killer, at least Star had the foresight to finish school. He can always be successful in another field. Your education is something nobody can take away from you.

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