Every year, the football voters get to elect five modern-day players to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. This past election saw recent finalists Junior Seau, Will Shields, Tim Brown, Charles Haley and Jerome Bettis earn enshrinement. It’s easy to know some of the active players who will make it. Show More Summary
In a controversial statement during NBC's pregame coverage in Sunday, Rodney Harrison seemingly blamed since-deceased teammate Junior Seau for the Super Bowl XLII loss that cost their team the first 19-0 season in NFL history. The former...Show More Summary
In a controversial statement during NBC's Super Bowl pregame coverage on Sunday, former New England Patriots safety and current NBC analyst Rodney Harrison seemingly blamed since deceased teammate Junior Seau for the Super Bowl XLIIShow More Summary
The late Junior Seau, who starred at linebacker for USC before becoming a 12-time Pro Bowl player in the NFL, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Linebacker Junior Seau, running back Jerome Bettis, wide receiver Tim Brown, defensive lineman Charles Haley and offensive lineman Will Shields have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the organization announced Saturday.
SAN DIEGO -- Considered a slam dunk to punch his ticket into the Pro Football Hall Fame, former San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau joined that select group in his first year of eligibility on Saturday. Seau joined receiver Tim...Show More Summary
PHOENIX – There’s no way to think about the news that Junior Seau was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame without also thinking how much he would have enjoyed it. Seau, the late longtime linebacker for the San Diego Chargers,Show More Summary
On the eve of Super Bowl 49, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced that Jerome Bettis, Junior Seau, Charles Haley, Tim Brown, Jerome Bettis, Will Shields, Bill Polian, Ron Wolf, Mick Tinglehoff are all headed to Canton.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame cleared the decks of a number of finalists who had been debated for years, as they ushered in an eight-man class to Canton Saturday night. First-year eligible linebacker Junior Seau was elected to the Hall of Fame, along with running back Jerome Bettis, defensive end Charles Haley, guard Will…
Junior Seau will always be admired for the passion and enthusiasm with which he played the game. But Rodney Harrison remembers his former teammate for the way he brought energy to the practice field on a daily basis. "As a rookie, I looked at Junior every day in practice and I went up to him and said, 'Why do you practice so hard?'" Harrison said. Show More Summary
We will learn Saturday whether the late Junior Seau is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. This morning, Patriots coach Bill Belichick was asked about the former New England linebacker’s legacy, as well as what it would mean to have the 12-time Pro Bowler in the Hall of Fame.…
Kurt Warner, Junior Seau, Jerome Bettis and Tim Brown are among the 15 finalists for the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Warner, Pace and the late Junior Seau are all finalists in their first year of Canton eligibility. A matter of days ago, 43-year-old Kurt Warner was seriously interested in making a comeback with the quarterback-needy Cardinals. On Thursday...Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Chargers' Junior Seau is one of 15 finalists. The Pro Football Hall of Fame class will be announced on Jan. 31. In his first year of eligibility, it’s no surprise that Seau was voted as one of the 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Seau belongs in the Hall just by looking at the numbers. Show More Summary
Former Chargers linebacker Junior Seau and Rams teammates Orlando Pace and Kurt Warner highlight the list of finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which was announced tonight. Those three first-year eligible players are part of a stacked class of 15 modern-era nominees, from which no more than five will earn induction into Canton this…
Bruh was living lavish Junior Seau’s San Diego Home Listed For $7 Million Via Realtor Junior Seau was one of the most popular players in the NFL, and fans were saddened by his tragic death in 2012. His family is
Just two and a half years after a decorated, 20-year NFL career ended, Junior Seau committed suicide. He shot himself in the chest in May 2012 so that his brain could be preserved for study. Sure enough, an examination of Seau’s brain tissue revealed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative disease that can cause […]
The family of Junior Seau would to see the NFL take some accountability in Seau's death. The former NFL linebacker committed suicide in May 2012.
With the Patriots camping out in San Diego this week, coach Bill Belichick took a moment to remember one of the city’s sports legends. And while Junior Seau is identified with his time with the Chargers, the parts of four seasons he spent with the Patriots made a lasting impact on Belichick. “I loved Junior and…
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is one step closer to announcing the Class of 2015.