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Junior Seau Had Brain Disease Caused by Repeated Head Trauma

NFL reacts to the latest news surrounding star linebacker who ended his own life.
03:06 | 01/10/2013

Transcript for Junior Seau Had Brain Disease Caused by Repeated Head Trauma

And now tonight, we have an abc news/espn exclusive report that's jolted the world of professional football. Junior seau was the star player who killed himself last may. And now abc's jim avila breaks... See More
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