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If you believe in curses this will probably freak you out.
It appears to just be a coincidence, but definitely a tragic one.
Linebacker David Griggs, who died in a car crash in June 1995 — just months after he played in the Super Bowl.
Running back Rodney Culver and his wife were killed when ValuJet Flight 592 crashed in the Florida Everglades in May 1996.
Linebacker Doug Miller was 28 when he died in what can only be described as a freak accident. He was camping along the Colorado River near Dotsero, Colorado in July 1998, when lighting struck him.
A friend tried to give him CPR when a second bolt of lightning hit the NFL star again, killing him.
Center Curtis Whitley was found dead from a drug overdose in his trailer in west Texas.
Defensive end Chris Mims was found face-down dead in his home, as well.
He died of an enlarged heart at age 38 after ballooning to nearly 500 pounds when he entered a depressive cycle after he was forced out of the NFL. At the end of his life,...
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Yesterday we mourned the death of one of the greatest linebackers in the history of the game of football. Years from now, we may look back at this moment, this tragic instance about a storied athlete killing himself as the death knell into the game as we once knew it.
A 911 call from the home of Junior Seau released Friday captures the voice of a woman who is horrified to find the former NFL linebacker in a spare bedroom with a gunshot wound to the chest.
"My God, my boyfriend shot himself! Oh my God!" the eight-minute call begins.
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BallertainmentJunior Seau dead at 43
After early reports of a shooting at his Oceanside, CA residence, it has been confirmed that Former NFL linebacker Junior Seau has died.
According to TMZ:
Cops are currently at Seau’s home — located in San Diego County — and were seen talking with a man who was inside the house and appeared distraught.
We’re told Seau sent text messages...
According to a report from TMZ.com, former San Diego Chargers and New England Patriots star, Junior Seau, was found dead of an apparent suicide. He played 20 seasons in the NFL and most believe will be worth of Hall of Fame consideration at some point. Certainly from his frustrating play against the Denver Broncos for most of those 20 years would be enough for that.
Former San Diego Chargers all-pro linebacker Junior Seau was found dead at him home Wednesday, according to reports from TMZ: NFL legend Junior Seau was found dead in his home in Oceanside, CA … and cops are investigating a shooting … multiple law enforcement sources tell TMZ. Cops are currently at Seau’s home just outside [...]
It is with great sadness to announce the death of 43 year old, NFL great, Junior Seau. The future hall of famer was found dead at his home in Oceanside, CA today by his current girlfriend. The early reports are that Seau took his own life with a shotgun to the chest. The reports will continue and I am sure we will know more soon. Yet, I want to recognize the man I remember. The man...
In a sad report from TMZ, we’ve learned that former NFL Linebacker, Junior Seau has passed away from a self inflicted gunshot wound in his California home. He was 43. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that there was a 911 phone call made around 10 AM this morning from Seau’s home.
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A look back at Junior Seau's career. RIP