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Seau Family Lawsuit Latest Broadside to NFL

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How is that State of the Union speech working out for you, Mr. Goodell?

Just days before the signature sporting event in the United Football States of America, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reigns over an empire in disarray.

The family of Junior Seau filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the league in California Superior Court on Wednesday, claiming that the NFL hid the danger of repetitive...

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