The untimely death of San Diego Chargers legend Junior Seau once again brings the issue of player safety into focus for the NFL, NFLPA and fans. Many believe that the suicidal and depressive tendencies exhibited by Seau were a direct result of head injuries incurred over his NFL career. Eerily, the way Seau took his life is the same way former Chicago Bears Dave Duerson did.
Junior Seau is gone. The 43-year-old former San Diego Charger, New England Patriot, Miami Dolphin and 10-time All-Pro was found dead in his northern San Diego home on Wednesday in what police are initially deeming a suicide. Right n... Read Post
Round 1 of the NFL draft will officially commence in a matter of weeks, begging the question as to who the San Diego Chargers will be selecting with the 25th pick overall. After keeping a watchful eye on the mock drafts in the last ... Read Post
Shocking news out of San Diego that former NFL great Junior Seau was found dead from an apparent suicide. Seau reportedly died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. He was 43 years old. The particulars about Seau's death... Read Post