The family of Junior Seau has donated some of his brain tissue for research as questions remain over whether Seau sustained brain damage during his career. The San Diego medical examiner’s office confirmed Thursday that the …
LOS ANGELES (CNN) — Junior Seau’s family will allow researchers to study the former NFL linebacker’s brain for evidence of trauma, San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell said Friday. The San Diego County medical …
(WTVR) – The family of of former linebacker Junior Seau is suing the NFL over the player’s ... The National Institutes of Health later determined he had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain disease that can follow multiple hits to the …
The family of Junior Seau, the former professional football player, is suing the National Football League (NFL). The suit claims that Seau’s suicide in May 2012 was the result of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE)—a disease of the …
SAN DIEGO (Los Angeles Times) — The family of football star Junior Seau is suing the National Football League, asserting that he committed suicide because of brain injuries he suffered ... nature of the sport. The Seaus are also …
"We know this lawsuit will not bring back Junior," the Seau family said in a statement ... or CTE – the same debilitating brain disease diagnosed in at least two other former NFL players who committed suicide. The NFL has said the …
Junior Seau's family agreed to allow researchers to study his brain for signs of concussions after the San Diego Chargers linebacker killed himself Wednesday, Shawn Mitchell, the team's chaplain, told the Los Angeles Times. The …
Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun-Times penned a similar piece Monday night, noting that "just as much damage to the brain can occur when two skinny-necked kids collide as when two muscled-up NFL beasts collide." That's not …
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
(AP) Add 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 said in …