The family of Junior Seau ... that link (to brain disease) and the health risk to NFL players would impose an economic cost that would significantly and adversely change the profit margins enjoyed by the NFL and its teams,” the Seaus
Junior Seau, the future Hall of Fame linebacker who committed suicide in May, suffered from the same type of brain damage that has now been found in dozens of former NFL players. After Seau’s death, brain specialists with the …
(Newser) – Doctors will inspect Junior Seau's brain for any evidence of injury from his football days, following an agreement with his family. Several early deaths among football players have pointed to brain injury, the Los Angeles …
According to a report from Peter King of SI.com, researchers at Boston University are "attempting to obtain" Junior Seau's brain for medical study. Fans honor Junior Seau with memories of him as a player. (Getty Images) Junior
After initially issuing a statement saying researchers would be allowed to study Junior Seau's brain, the Seau family is having second thoughts. Shawn Mitchell, the family's pastor, had this to say to Reuters, reported by Corrie MacLaggan, …
The major findings of Junior Seau's autopsy showed that he had no alcohol or drugs in his system at the time of his death. Oh, right: According to a headline trumpeted on CNN's website, Seau's brain also showed no sign of damage. …
The family of Junior Seau ... that link (to brain disease) and the health risk to NFL players would impose an economic cost that would significantly and adversely change the profit margins enjoyed by the NFL and its teams," the Seaus
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 ... Helmet manufacturer Riddell Inc., also is being sued by the Seaus, who say Riddell was …
Add Junior ... recognize that link (to brain disease) and the health risk to NFL players would impose an economic cost that would significantly and adversely change the profit margins enjoyed by the NFL and its teams," the Seaus said in …