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A Broken NFL? Science, Public Perception Is Ripping the Game Apart

The game of football has reached a crisis point. This is not a retort to minimize the impact of a player of Junior Seau's caliber. It's about the subsequent fallout. It's out of genuine concern that his death could be a catalyst towards the bitter and inglorious end of football as we know it. Football has always come with inherent risks; players know that they are bound to get hurt.
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Junior Seau's Brain to Be Checked for Damage

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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 Times note...

NFL and Safety: Why the Game Must Evolve or Face the Government

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As we continue to mourn the tragic suicide of a football legend, we must also accept a fact of change. Junior Seau’s death will become a catalyst of change in the NFL. I don’t know if this is good or bad, but I know it is going to h...

Junior Seau Found Dead: Is It Related to His NFL Career?

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL

Former NFL superstar Junior Seau was found shot to death yesterday morning with the police investigating his death as a suicide. If in fact Seau took his own life he would be the third former player to do so in the past 15 months. D...

Junior Seau's Suicide Underscores Importance of Focusing on Player Safety

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL

The tragic death of Junior Seau this week reminds us that the titans of the NFL gridiron are human, all too human. Seau was a vibrant human being who loved playing football. By all accounts, he was a loving and kind individual. He w...

Junior Seau: How the Linebacker's Death Impacts the Future of the NFL

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL

With Junior Seau's untimely death, the NFL lost a man who will go down as one of the finest linebackers in the game's history and a certain Hall of Fame inductee when the 2015 busts are marked for Canton. But the story gets much big...

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