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Former NFL WR reported missing in Texas after boating

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
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On July 13, 2015 at 12:07 PM

Former NFL wide receiver JuJuan Dawson is reportedly missing. He was last seen boating in Lake Lavon in Texas.

After being reported missing, emergency crews have been searching for him. However, there hasn’t been much information released at this time of what caused him to go missing. 635723849253220633-jajuan

We’re not going to speculate on what happened to him.

The 37-year-old is a Texas native and reportedly went missing yesterday. The crews were searching for him until 10 pm last night.

He was previously a third round pick by the Cleveland Browns in 2000, a year after the team was re-born in 1999. He also spent the 2002 season with the Houston Texans.

That year within his home state, he had 21 passes for 286 yards.

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