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
In the PBS documentary, "League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis,"one of the most troubling allegations is that …
Before the former Chicago Bears star fired a bullet into his chest last year, he left word with his family to have his brain
"Anytime when you have the tragic loss of a public figure like Junior Seau, there's a renewed public interest on brain injury," Dr. Alexander Khalessi, co-director of Neurovascular Surgery at UC San Diego, said. Over the last 12 months, …
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 …
LOS ANGELES (CNN) — A decision on if researchers can study Junior Seau’s brain for clues to the NFL veteran’s suicide ... but none will be acted upon until the Seaus arrive at an agreed upon direction.” While there was no evidence …
B.U. quickly issued an anodyne statement intended as a denial that pointedly made no mention of whether it will or won’t be receiving Seau’s brain: The BU Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy is saddened by the tragic death …
Junior Seau's brain will be examined for evidence of repetitive injuries from his playing days following the retired linebacker's suicide in his California beachfront home, a pastor for the family said on Friday. Seau, a 12-time Pro Bowl …
“The NFL was aware of the evidence and risks associated with repetitive traumatic brain injuries for many decades, but deliberately ignored and actively concealed the information from the players, including the late Junior Seau.” Because …
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 …