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Frazier hurt by Walter Payton rumors

A new book is highlighting never before heard words about Walter Payton. Payton, perhaps the greatest running back of all-time, was said to have used drugs and wasn't faithful to his wife. Leslie Frazier played with Payton, and says he remembers him only for the good.
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A new book is highlighting never before heard words about Walter Payton. Payton, perhaps the greatest running back of all-time, was said to have used drugs and wasn't faithful to his wife. Leslie Frazier played with Payton, and says he remembers him only for the good.

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