One of football’s greatest tragedies was the loss of Junior Seau, one of the greatest football players in the history of the NFL. Following his tragic death, when his condition was diagnosed as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy by three of the top neuro-pathologists in the United States, it changed football forever. Three independent neuro-pathologists, without knowing whose brain they were looking at and without knowing each other’s result, all diagnosed that Junior Seau had suffered from CTE. That sent a shockwave throughout the National Football League, college football, and high school football. It will forever alter the way in which people view the risks associated with head injuries in football.