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Just hours after it was announced that Junior Seau suffered from CTE, there is troubling news in regards to former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar. The former 13-year player is undergoing treatment for brain trauma. One month ago, Kosar was on concerned fans when an appearance on WKNR sounded as if he was drunk or high. Nobody could make out what he was discussing, and the host even tried to end the discussion because it was so incoherent. Kosar was asked about it the following day and expressed shock. But Kosar announced on Thursday that he is currently involved in a new treatment run by Florida-based Dr. Rick Sponaugle. The treatments are helping to reverse the effects of brain trauma. “When I heard some of the things he was capable of doing I was bluntly a little skeptical,” Kosar said. “. . . but just after a few weeks of treatment to not have the ringing in the ears, not have the headaches and to be able to sleep through the night without medications and all the stuff. “Not to get over religious or to preach to you, but this was all happening during the holidays and I really thought [...]
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Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar says he has finally found a treatment to ease years of pain from concussions he sustained during his NFL career.
Kosar said he had more than a dozen documented concussions as a player. After more than a decade of constant headaches, insomnia and slurred speech, Kosar said he began to feel better following just a few weeks of treatments with...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar says he has finally found a treatment to ease years of pain from concussions he sustained during his NFL career.
Kosar said he had more than a dozen documented concussions as a player. After more than a decade of constant headaches, insomnia and slurred speech, Kosar said he began to feel better following just a few weeks of...
A team of independent researchers who studied Seau's brain concluded the legendary NFL linebacker suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Junior Seau, one of the NFL's best and fiercest players for nearly two decades, had a degenerative brain disease when he committed suicide last May, the National Institutes of Health told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Results of an NIH study of Seau's brain revealed abnormalities consistent with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
The NIH, based in Bethesda, Md...
Junior Seau, one of the NFL’s best and fiercest players for nearly two decades, had a degenerative brain disease when he committed suicide last May, the National Institutes of Health told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Results of an NIH study of Seau’s brain revealed abnormalities consistent with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
“The brain was independently evaluated...
When Junior Seau committed suicide on May 2nd, 2012, it came as a shock to the sports world. Seau was known for being a fantastic player and an even better teammate.Questions about degenerative brain disease and concussion have been on the rise for the past few years, and their link has been inescapable. Seau’s brain was donated to the National Institute for Health, to see...
ESPN and ABC are both reporting this morning that after analysis, it has been determined that former linebacker Junior Seau did suffer brain trauma. Seau committed suicide last May. Seau’s family donated his brain to research in order to see if playing professional football played a possible role in his suicide.
Speaking exclusively to ESPN and ABC, Seau’s ex-wife and oldest...
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The Seau family donated the brain of former NFL star Junior Seau to the National Institutes of Health for analysis as to a possible cause for his downward spiral and eventual suicide.
The brain, analyzed as an anonymous individual, was found to have CTE in its make-up. More than two dozen players have been diagnosed in recent time with CTE and there are multiple...
Junior Seau suffered from brain disease at time of death
Degenerative Brain Disease was discovered in the brain of deceased NFL linebacker, Junior Seau.
With his family’s consent, a study of Seau’s brain was conducted at the National Institutes of Health that revealed chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Of the findings, Seau’s son, Tyler Seau, told Fox Sports…...
Hall of Famer Junior Seau took his own life in May of 2012. His family donated his brain to the National Institute of Health in Washington, D.C. to see if repeated head trama from years of football was a contributing factor. The former linebacker for the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, and New England Patriots [...]
On Thursday Morning, ABC’s Good Morning America reported that former NFL star Junior Seau suffered from degenerative brain disease leading up to his suicide last May. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) conducted the research. The NIH studied three unidentified brains. One of these was Seau’s. The NIH’s report stated that Seau’s brain matched autopsies of those with exposure...
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Your grandma may be slow but my Seal is slower, kid.
Yesterday, the big reveal of “How ****** Up Was Junior Seau” was as expected. Dude had a lot of mental issues from years of bashing his skull into other men. It just sort of confirmed what we already knew. It doesn’t change anything either. The only thing that has changed is that the memory of Seau’s mom bizarre wailing...