Junior Seau Had Brain Disease CTE When He Committed Suicide

NFL.com via Good Morning America is confirming what most of us knew and suspected.  After having extensive research done on his brain, deceased NFL great Junior Seau, who committed suicide last year,  did in fact have signs of CTE. CTE is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain found in those with a history of repetitive brain trauma.

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RG3 Was Concerned About His Knee After First Quarter TD

The moment when Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III actually got injured will probably always be a mystery.  Some say it was the play when you saw his knee give out. Mike Shanahan seems to think it was the play before during a pileup.  If you ask Griffin III, or actually if you listen to NFL Networks “Sound

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Seahawks Michael Robinson Says Playing At FedEx Like Working In A Sweat Shop

By now we have all heard the various complaints about the surface at Fed Ex field for the Redskins vs Seattle playoff game last Sunday. The Seahawks in particular were not fond of the field at all. Many were led to speculate on whether or not that terrible surface led to Chris Clemons tearing his knee

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Richard Sherman Thinks Falcons Receivers Are Best Duo In League

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is going to talk and he’s going to give his opinion whether you like it or not, and even if it gets him mushed. This weekends Falcons-Seahawks contest presents an amazing battle between a receiving corps in Julio Jones and Roddy White are fast and strong, and cornerback duo that is

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Jerry Jones: Injuries Are No Excuse For Cowboys Bad Defense

Jerry Jones said that his Dallas Cowboys were head for an uncomfortable off-season unlike any we’ve seen before.  Jones stressed that changes would come, and they have. Jones has already indicated that Jason Garrett would have a play caller brought him to help him call plays while Garrett oversees the total team. Tuesday Jones dropped

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Chris Kluwe On Gay Players In Football: You’d Be Surprised (Video)

Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is an advocate of free speech and simple human rights.  He is a supporter of gay rights, and is known in several circles for the letter he wrote after a politician attacked gay marriage.  Kluwe ended up on the Colbert Report Tuesday night because of his outspoken nature ability to talk

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Denard Robinson Will Play WR At Senior Bowl

Denard “Shoelace” Robinson broke many Michigan records and will be remembered for a long time around Ann Arbor, just not for his quarterback play. Robinson was electric in many facets of the game except passing, and because of that he’ll probably never play that position at the next level. Robinson does indeed want to get

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Dr James Andrews: “Robert Griffin III had successful knee surgery early This Morning

As we’ve continued to update the people, Robert Griffin III had reconstructive knee surgery this morning to repair a torn LCL and partially torn ACL. Jay Glazer via Dr. James Andrews is reporting that RG3 did in fact have successful surgery this morning.   Here is the rest of Dr. Andrews statement. Statement for Dr James

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Tom Brady Says He Understands How RG3 Is Feeling

By now we are all aware of the news that Robert Griffin III had to total reconstructive knee surgery this morning.  It’s a sad situation, but with a glass half full outlook, RG3 should be back in time for training camp. Tom Brady although not the same type of player, understands better than anyone what that feels

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