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Pro Sports Daily:
Safety Brandon Taylor agreed to a four-year deal, completing the contracts for all of the Chargers' draft picks. Financial terms weren't disclosed. Taylor was selected in the third round out of Louisiana State, and is expected to compete for the starting strong safety job. San Diego also signed defensive lineman Garrett Brown (one year) and rookie free agent cornerback Arthur Hobbs (three years) .
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A San Diego restaurant opened by Junior Seau in 1996 has closed its doors two weeks after the NFL star's suicide.
Trustees of Seau's estate say they made the decision to close Seau's The Restaurant in Mission Valley on Wednesday.
Trustee Bette Hoffman says in a statement that the decision to close the restaurant was made to honor Seau's legacy. She also says trustees...
Police say a thief burglarized the garage of Junior Seau's Oceanside, Calif., home days after the former NFL star's suicide.
A burglar crawled through a doggy door into Seau's garage at about 2 p.m. on May 7.
Lt. Leonard Mata tells the North County Times (http://bit.ly/IWuGZe) that the crook rummaged through cabinets and stole a $500 bicycle belonging to a friend of...
In more of the more repulsive things I’ve read in a while, the house of San Diego Chargers LB Junior Seau was burglarized. The robbery occurred on May 7 at approximately 2 p.m. Nctimes reports that the perpetrator(s) forced entry into the garage through a dog door. Cabinets in the garage area were rummaged through but no entry was made into other parts of the home.
The home of former Chargers star Junior Seau was burglarized last week, just days after he was found dead, the North County Times reported Tuesday.
Seau, who played in the NFL for 20 seasons, was found dead by his girlfriend inside their home in Oceanside, near San Diego, on May 2, with a gunshot wound to his chest. His death was ruled a suicide.
Police said Tuesday that burglars...
A bicycle stolen from Junior Seau's Oceanside home days after the former NFL star's suicide has been recovered, police said.
An unidentified woman called police Wednesday after seeing a bicycle that matched the description of the one that was stolen from Seau's garage on May 7, said Oceanside police Lt. Leonard Mata.
Police confirmed it was the stolen bicycle and contacted...