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Report: Former NFL star Junior Seau commits suicide

Celebrity and entertainment news organization TMZ is reporting that former NFL linebacker Junior Seau, 43, is dead after a shooting himself at his Oceanside, Calif., home.
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Celebrity and entertainment news organization TMZ is reporting that former NFL linebacker Junior Seau, 43, is dead after a shooting himself at his Oceanside, Calif., home.

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