On Saturday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio will induct the class of 2015. Bill Littlefield is focusing on one particular inductee: Junior Seau, who suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy and took his own life in 2012.
With the St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers exploring a move to the Los Angeles area, pro football fever is building again in L.A. Reporter Saul Gonzalez talks to fans from the different sides.
Few pundits predicted the San Diego Chargers to be among the final eight teams competing for the Super Bowl. Now, few pundits expect them to compete against the Denver Broncos. But the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Nick Canepa explains why he thinks the Chargers can keep beating the odds.
Fans, teammates, and opponents, lauded Junior Seau’s play on the football field. Southern California residents praised his good works off it. Bill Littlefield says the troubling end to Seau’s life will join those things as part of his legacy.
San Diego is saying good-bye to a sports icon this week. Residents were shocked to learn of the suicide of Junior Seau, the charismatic linebacker who spent 13 seasons with his hometown Chargers. Erik Anderson of KPBS reports from San Diego.