Veteran T.J. Yates joins Buffalo's QB room
Bills sign defensive end Ian Seau, nephew of late Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau
The nephew of the late Hall of Famer Junior Seau is getting another chance in the NFL. The Bills announced today that they have signed defensive end Ian Seau. Seau signed with the Rams as an undrafted free agent, made some plays in the preseason and was heavily featured on Hard Knocks, but he was…
You’ve heard some of the names before – Jovan Belcher, Dave Duerson, Adrian Robinson Jr. and Junior Seau – Who all battled with having CTE and ultimately took their own lives as a result. Former Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs, who had a 12-year career with the franchise, teamed with Sqor.com to develop the multi-episode original production […]
Former San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau was an area legend. (AP) There is generally no shortage of press conferences and events at the media center during Super Bowl week. On Monday, there was one set for a first-time event:...Show More Summary
David Chao was accused of gross negligence in caring for the linebacker before his 2012 suicide.
The Junior Seau Foundation has pledged $250,000 to support brain injury research and education at the University of California, San Diego
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD When celebrities take their lives that makes the news. Some page one people have included Robin Williams (age 63), Kurt Cobain (27), Junior Seau (43), Marilyn Monroe (36), Vincent Van Gogh (37), Hunter Thompson (67), Sylvia Plath (30), Virginia Woolf (59), Ernest Hemingway (61), and others we have known and admired. Show More Summary
Frank Gifford. Mike Garrett. O.J. Simpson. Lynn Swann. Ronnie Lott. Bruce Matthews. Charles White. Anthony Munoz. Marcus Allen. Junior Seau. Carson Palmer. Reggie Bush. And Su’a Cravens? The list of great players in USC history is a long one, but Cravens — Washington’s second-round draft pick this season — thinks he belongs on that list.…
The NFL has a serious PR problem with concussions. NFL star Junior Seau committed suicide in 2012 to underline the issue. Count on flower children at NPR to go over the edge with this issue. The problem isn't the size and strength, and therefore power of professional football players. Show More Summary
The resemblance between Ian Seau and his late uncle, pro football Hall of Famer Junior Seau, is in determination more than DNA, more striking in their love of family, football and the ukulele than in their facial features. Ian Seau, one of 19 undrafted rookie free agents who participated in the...
The nephew of one of the greatest players ever to play college football at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will get a chance to play pro football at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Ian Seau, a defensive end who played his college ball at Nevada-Reno, has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Rams.…
Junior Seau died almost four years ago to the day, but his spirit lives on in the NFL — as well as his name. Ian Seau, Junior's nephew, signed with the Los Angeles Rams as an undrafted free agent on Tuesday, according to NFL.com. The...Show More Summary
Many NFL fans remember - or perhaps more accrately, would like to forget - May 2, 2012, the day legendary linebacker Junior Seau took his own life in his San Diego-area home. No one was more impacted by Seau's death than his family,Show More Summary
Former San Diego Chargers doctor David Chao is facing permanent revocation of his medical license.
Dr. David Chao, former Chargers doctor who has created a moderate media presence since leaving the NFL, could eventually be losing his license to practice medicine for good. According to 10News.com, the Medical Board of California is seeking a meeting to discuss revoking or permanently suspending Chao’s license as a result of his treatment of deceased…
Finally, an NFL official truly acknowledged what the families of Junior Seau and Mike Webster and Frank Gifford and Ken Stabler and many, many other football players have long known: There is a link between playing the game and degenerative brain disease. With that out in the open for the first time, the question now becomes: […]