Seau Family Objects to NFL's $765M Concussion Deal The family of late NFL star Junior Seau is objecting to the proposed $765 million settlement of player concussion claims because the fund would not specifically pay "wrongful death" claims.
Former NFL Player Seau Had Brain Disease CTE Junior Seau, one of the NFL's best and fiercest players for nearly two decades, had a degenerative brain disease when he committed suicide last May, the National Institutes of Health told The Associated Press on Thursday.
LaVar Arrington: Controversy Sadly Sometimes Out Weighs The Truth In MediaThe stories surrounding the issues of concussions in football have been the biggest topic discussed since the recent passing of my friend Junior Seau. I did an interview in December about this very topic and my part in the piece has been inaccurately portrayed in the story to fit the angle of the story.
LaVar & Dukes: Lorenzo Neal Didn’t See Junior Seau’s Death Coming, But Understands Why It HappenedLike many who are coping with a loss of a loved one through suicide, Lorenzo Neal didn't see any trouble signs with Junior Seau. But he understands where his friend's head was.
LaVar & Dukes: Lorenzo Neal Didn't See Junior Seau's Death Coming, But Understands Why It HappenedLike many who are coping with a loss of a loved one through suicide, Lorenzo Neal didn't see any trouble signs with Junior Seau. But he understands where his friend's head was.
LaVar & Dukes: Arrington, NFL Stunned By Junior Seau DeathThe suicide of Junior Seau has shaken the NFL to its core. Anybody who saw Seau's mother break down outside of his Oceanside, California home on Wednesday knows the longtime linebacker's death extends far beyond the game.

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