Junior Seau is dead :(

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    No kidding...it seems he has had a rough couple of years...

    RIP Jr
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    Good player sad day for his family.
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    Sad. Hopefully they can see if all the concussions contributed.
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    Great player, though I am not a Chargers fan.

    Sadly it seems his life crumbled once he retired from football.
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    BU has asked to study his brain
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    Junior Seau was one of the best linebackers to ever play the game of football.

    My brother and I were HUGE fans of his, he was certainly on par with the likes of other Hall of Famers (LT comes to mind). He played with a huge heart, and I was saddened to hear of this.