Former Vikings defensive end Chris Doleman has died after suffering from brain cancer, the team confirmed early Wednesday morning.

Doleman, 58, underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor in 2018. He tweeted on Saturday (@chrisdoleman1): “Today is my 2 year anniversary of being a brain cancer survivor! Huge!”

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The Hall of Famer, elected in 2012, played 15 years in the NFL, including 10 with the Vikings from 1985-1993 and 1999. He also played for the Falcons in 1994-95 and the 49ers from 1996-1998.

A three-time first team All-Pro and two-time second team All-Pro performer, he was also named to the Pro Bowl eight times and was named to the NFL’s 1990 All-Decade team.

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