Seau Will Be With Us Forever

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They buried Junior Seau in the morning. They buried Superman.

“That was it, Superman,” Miles McPherson, the former Chargers safety and friend of the Seau family who now serves as pastor at The Rock Church, was saying before Friday night’s Celebration of Life at Qualcomm Stadium. “I couldn’t believe it. I got a text. I kept texting back, ‘What do you mean?’ I couldn’t believe it. Denial.”

And how does he, a man of the cloth, handle suicide?

“Very carefully,” McPherson said. “He was in a very low place; a place I’ve never been....

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