is doing a lot of things these days that he wasn't doing just a month ago.
"It feels amazing, in all honesty," Simmons says in the article. "It's a blessing. People take this stuff for granted all the time. I'm just happy I can do this."
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THERE ARE TIMES when Mansel Simmons, says his brother, still experiences some of the effects of the altercation that forced him to give up football at Washington State. But, an article in the Spokesman-Review says, he's much improved from where he was in March. And he'll be returning to WSU as a student next month for summer courses.
Former WSU wide receiver making progress after assault and retirement from football