There already has been plenty of discussion linking Junior Seau’s suicide and the cumulative effects of violent collisions he sustained during his illustrious NFL career.
The former San Diego Chargers and New England Patriots linebacker died of a self-inflicted gunshot to the chest earlier this week.
In our quest to know why a 43-year-old former football star would take his own life, we quickly latch on to what we’ve seen previously — a growing list of former players who’ve suffered depression, dementia and other neurological problems.
So what do you think? Does the possibility of concussions in youth and high school football concern