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The National Football League launches crisis hotline for current and former players following suicide of O.J. Murdock on Monday.
Junior Seau’s recent death sheds light on a disturbing trend among his colleagues.
The murder-suicide of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher is one of a series of untimely deaths for current or former NFL players in recent years:
Junior Seau's family will donate the former linebacker’s brain to researchers to determine whether he suffered brain injuries from his many years on the football field.
Plaintiffs hope to hold the NFL responsible for the care of players suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's disease and other neurological conditions as a result of head injuries.
From Smokin’ Joe Frazier to Bubba Smith, the Black sports world lost some of the best in 2011.