The family of Junior Seau has sued the NFL, claiming the former linebacker’s suicide was the result of brain disease caused by violent hits he sustained while playing football.
A brain analysis has revealed that NFL and USC great Junior Seau had a degenerative brain disease when he committed suicide last May.
The beachfront home where former NFL linebacker Junior Seau killed himself has been sold for nearly $2 million.
No alcohol or illegal drugs were found in Junior Seau’s system when he shot and killed himself at his home in May, authorities said Monday.
The beachfront home where former NFL linebacker Junior Seau killed himself is on the market for nearly $2.3 million.
Thousands of friends, fans, coaches and players attended a memorial service held Friday evening for Junior Seau.
Hundreds of friends and fans took part in a paddle out in Oceanside Sunday in honor of 43-year-old Junior Seau, the former USC and San Diego Charger standout who committed suicide Wednesday.
Authorities Friday released the emotional 911 call made by NFL star Junior Seau’s girlfriend, moments after she discovered his body in his Oceanside home.
NFL star linebacker Junior Seau’s brain will be donated by his family for research into football-related brain injuries.
Junior Seau’s brain will be donated by his family for research into football-related head injuries.
Ronney Jenkins, former San Diego Charger and teammate of Junior Seau’s, says we may never know what led his friend to commit suicide, but he wonders if football-related and traumatic head injuries could be to blame.
Former USC Trojans, pro football players and personal friends were all in mourning Wednesday dealing with the news of Junior Seau’s death, apparently by his own hand.
NFL and USC Trojan Junior Seau was found dead in his Oceanside home from an apparent suicide.
Former NFL star linebacker Junior Seau has driven off an embankment in Southern California and is hospitalized with minor injuries, hours after he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.