Found November 28, 2011 on The Penalty Flag:
As a bright spot into an otherwise dreary day as the San Diego Chargers lose their sixth straight game to Division rivals the Denver Broncos in overtime; the sun shined down on former Charger Linebacker Junior Seau as he was inducted into the Charger Hall of Fame during halftime. A San Diego native, Junior Seau graduated from Oceanside High School in 1986 and then played for 2 years at USC, where he went All-American in 1989. Drafted 5th overall in the 1990 draft and San Diego's first round pick; Seau went on to make headlines both on and off the field in his hometown by his exceptional play and work in the community.

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