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    http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/10674651

    A topic was made yesterday about him having the surgery, here's a article from CBS SportsLine that just went a little more in-depth, along with some new comments from Seau. Nothing really new or major, but for anyone interested.

    On his future in football...

    On his left rotator cuff arthroscopic surgery....

     
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    It's been reported in other threads here recently.
     
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    It really don't matter to me,I don't want a guy pushing near 40 as a LB this year - WE NEED TO GET YOUNGER IN THAT AREA...AND NOW!!!

    Keeping him on may be good as far as depth but then again its a roster spot that could probably be better used elsewhere.
     
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    Again, push all you want for draft picks and FA moves, I personally don't mind. I agree. Younger is necessary at some point.

    But keep this guy if he's healthy. You want young JAG backup #3 from Central Casting, just in case you shiny new toy goes down or doesn't produce? Or maybe you want a guy who, 40 or not, still is getting the job done.

    I like our old guys better than randoms, and young superstars who fit the system better than either. Now, how many young superstars have we signed of late at linebacker? One.

    Looks to me that for now, the "waste" of a roster spot on a starting caliber LB is not the issue.

    PFnV
     
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