One former teammate already has an idea of what the results of the study on Junior Seau’s brain will show.
Unfortunately, a human tragedy quickly devolved into a national sports debate.
Gresh and Zo started off Friday’s show less than 48 hours removed from the tragic news of Junior Seau’s suicide, and it has the guys thinking about what effect this will have on the NFL and the game of football.
The family of Junior Seau has agreed to donate his brain to science.
The BU Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy did not confirm or deny Thursday whether they are interested in studying the brain of former NFL linebacker Junior Seau.
An emotional Robert Kraft made an impromptu appearance in the Patriots’ media room Thursday afternoon, sharing a note that former linebacker Junior Seau sent Kraft after the death of his wife Myra last year.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady called Junior Seau a “great teammate and even better friend” in a statement made on his facebook page.
Gresh and Zo opened things up in a somber mood after the sad story that broke yesterday about the death of Junior Seau. This led to a discussion about concussions and head injuries in sports.
Rosevelt Colvin, former Patriots linebacker and teammate of Junior Seau, joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the tragic passing of Seau and how he’ll be remembered by people who knew and played with him.
Patriots CEO Robert Kraft reflects Junior Seau’s time in New England.