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In an emotional day in San Diego, the Chargers have officially retired the number 55 from the organization.
Before the home opener against the Tennessee Titans today, Charger great Dan Fouts gave a speech and retired 55 from the team. In honor of Seau's passing, and in memorial to his great years in San Diego.
Seau spent 13 years with the Chargers, 12 of which he was elected to the Pro Bowl.
He was a very active member in the San Diego community even after leaving the team. His impact on the team was both emotional, and statistical in nature. Everyone felt his warm and friendly presence within the team, and was wowed by his magnificent achievements on the field.
He will be always missed by his family, organization, and fan base. He was a great football player and and even better human being.
This season is no doubt a tribute to Seau and what he has done for this team.
The number 55 is on a banner in Qualcomm Stadium right next to Dan Fouts'. In addition, ...
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It’s only been a few months since Junior Seaus’ passing, and today the San Diego Chargers honored Seau by retiring his number.
Defensive end Antonio Garay, chose to pay tribute to the late Seau by have a face portrait shaved into his head along side the number 55.
While the untimely passing of Seau was a shock to many, Garay who probably didn’t know Seau well, thought enough...
Antonio Garay has always been very creative with his haircuts, but his latest is by far the best. The Chargers defensive end honored the late Junior Seau by shaving Junior’s face and and number 55 in his head.
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