Suicide is a brutal act for close friends and family to comprehend, especially when the person choosing to end their life does not leave behind any explanation. According to early reports, that is apparently the case with former USC great, San Diego Charger and perennial NFL Pro Bowler Junior Seau, found today by police at his home in Oceanside.
For ESPN 710 AM radio host Marcellus Wiley, a 2001-02 Chargers teammate of Seau’s, it has been an especially devastating piece of news.
Junior Seau passed away almost a month ago, and his friends and family, along with the NFL community are still in shock over his suicide on May 2. Since the 42-year-old’s death, friends and family have come forward with stories reme... Read Post
Former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens was doing his regular ESPN Radio Dallas spot recently, when the topic of Junior Seau's suicide came up. Asked for his thoughts on the tragedy, TO said he could definitely relate to Seau's s... Read Post