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PAUL OLIVER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Family of Former NFL Player Sues League Over his Death

Former San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints defensive back Paul Oliver committed suicide last year. Oliver, who was only 28 at the time of his death, shot himself in front of his wife and two sons last September at his home on Marietta, Georgia. Now over a year removed from this tragedy, Oliver’s family is suing the NFL for wrongful death (via ESPN.com). The suit alleges that...
Via Sportsnaut
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Paul Oliver's family sues over suicide of former defensive back

  The family of former San Diego Chargers defensive back Paul Oliver is suing the NFL and the team for wrongful death, blaming sports-related concussions for his suicide last year. The suit, filed Monday in Los Angeles, also names helmet manufacturers and the New Orleans Saints -- where Oliver attended training camp. It says the 29-year-old shot himself in front of his wife and...
Via Associated Press
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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