We can learn from Junior Seau
There's a need for more study of the long-term impacts of football at all ages
In May, when word of Junior Seau's suicide began circulating around the sports world, we publicly praised the 20-year vet's style of play while questioning whether it contributed to his death.
It seems we have an answer. His family said this week that Seau had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Despite Seau being a household name, it doesn't appear his death is going to be a game-changer. Not now, ...
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