The biggest lesson from the Junior Seau tragedy Dan Leberfeld

Junior Seau’s family is suing the NFL, due to brain damage they feel he suffered playing football.

The linebacker killed himself last year perhaps due to the brain damage.

You know what the biggest lesson learned from this tragedy should be – don’t play in the NFL for 20 years.

Especially at a position like linebacker.

It’s just too long, and you are asking for trouble.

Along with improved helmets, and new rules, players also need to police themselves better, to help deal with this serious concussion issue.

Walk away a year too early, as opposed to a year too late.

Take a page from Jim Brown, who left the sport at the age of 29.