Originally posted by SwissNiner1255:
If I were the NFL, I would be worried about the upcoming autopsy of Junior Seau's brain. If clear signs of concussions show up, which is very likely, things may turn bad for the NFL very quickly. The great player Seau was, the great individual he was, the way he went (saving his brain for examination), all this is going to play against the League. If you add to this the court actions that have been filed already for damages related to concussions, the future does not look bright for this great, but too violent, game.
going into the NFL is voluntary. THey know the risks involved. If you don't want to get hurt, don't play. It's that simple. The nil will always win this action. It's not like they don't give people a choice. It's why these guys get paid so much money.
I really can't believe it was a suicide...I mean, shooting yourself in the chest? That just seems odd to me. Sounds more like a set up than anything...
If he was going to shoot himself in the chest, he would have to know...i'm not going to die instantly...i'm going to sit here and bleed and be in pain, and suffer remembering all the good things in life, and then regret that i just shot myself...
just seems humanly impossible...but, we don't know what was going on.
One thing is true. It is absolutely impossible for us to ever know what he was thinking, or what was going on, or what the intentions of his heart were. So..we can stop speculating on that and just see where the evidence leads us.