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Junior Seau's family will donate the NFL legend's brain to be studied for concussion research ... a rep for the family has announced. San Diego Chargers team chaplain Shawn Mitchell told The L.A. Times, "The family was considering this almost from the ...
TMZ · 5/4/2012
Thursday's report that the National Institutes of Health found evidence that retired San Diego Chargers All-Pro linebacker Junior Seau, who committed suicide on May 2 by shooting himself in the heart, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE ...
Breitbart News · ByMichael Patrick Leahy · 1/13/2013
Scientists who did not know they were studying the brain of retired football star Junior Seau concluded that he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative disease typically caused by multiple hits to the head, ABC News reported.
LA Observed · ByKevin Roderick · 1/10/2013
Junior Seau’s decision to shoot himself in the chest instead of the head has led to a controversial rumor that Seau wanted his brain to be studied. Where this rumor stems from baffles our minds since there was no suicide note or suggestion from anyone ...
RumorFix · 5/4/2012
OCEANSIDE -- The family of deceased NFL star Junior Seau has decided to allow researchers to study his brain for evidence of damage as the result of concussions, San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell said. "The family was considering this …
Orlando Sentinel · 5/4/2012
It was revealed early Thursday morning that Junior Seau's brain test showed chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) when he committed suicide last May. The results weren't surprising, but they were sad nonetheless. Although the family initially was unsure ...
CBS Sports · 1/10/2013
SAN DIEGO – Relatives of the late Chargers star Junior Seau decided to opt out of a proposed settlement between the NFL and about 4,500 former players over brain injuries sustained by concussions, according to the family attorney. A settlement of $765 ...
Fox 5 Sandiego · 9/2/2014
Junior Seau's family will let researchers study the former NFL linebacker's brain for evidence of trauma, San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell said Friday. Since news broke that the former Chargers linebacker killed himself Wednesday with a gunshot ...
WIBW · ByJustin Surrency · 5/6/2012
Star NFL linebacker Junior Seau (55) was inducted posthumously into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Seau's brain showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy — a degenerative condition linked to concussion-related brain damage.
Pantagraph · 8/6/2015
The NFL played a powerful role in deciding which scientists studied Junior Seau's brain, and Chargers doctor David Chao may have influenced that outcome. Those are among the findings in a vivid report by ESPN's Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru.
U-T San Diego · 5/2/2013