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Sunday was a bad day for Fantex, the fledgling company promoting initial public offerings of National Football League stars.

First, media reports surfaced that Fantex’s first I.P.O. prospect, the Houston Texans running back Arian Foster, is expected to have back surgery that will end his season. Then, the company’s second client, the San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, left his game in the first half after suffering a concussion and did not return.

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