ASHBURN, Va. (AP) The Washington Redskins confirmed that an athletic trainer's laptop was stolen but said medical records were not at risk.
The team said in a statement Wednesday that someone broke through the window of the trainer's locked car April 15 in Indianapolis and took a computer. Deadspin reported that the computer included medical records from the past 13 years' worth of scouting combines.
The Redskins said in the statement that no social security numbers, health or financial information was stolen or is ''at risk of exposure.''
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NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy says the league is aware of the situation and there is no evidence that the thief accessed any information on the computer.
The Redskins say they are working with the NFL and NFLPA to notify players who may have been affected and are taking steps to prevent future incidents.
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