Junior Seau was a linebacker who played in the NFL from 1990-2009. Seau spent time with the Chargers, Dolphins and Patriots. He also hosted a reality show titled Sports Jobs with Junior Seau on Versus.
President Bush presented Junior with a Volunteer Service Award at the White House on May 25, 2005, in honor of his contributions and celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
He posed in the 2000 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue with then wife Gina.
His restaurant "Seau's" was named "Best Sports Bar" by the San Diego Restaurant Association.
In college he was unanimously named a first team All-American.
His grade school (Laurel Elementary School in Oceanside, California) named Junior to their school Hall of Fame.
He lettered in football, basketball and track in high school.
He only missed two games in his first seven seasons in the NFL.
Junior did not begin speaking English until the age of seven.
His parents were both born in American Samoa.
He played both ways in high school, but was advised by Chargers' legend Dan Fouts to concentrate on being a linebacker instead of his offensive tight end position.
Junior attended and starred at Oceanside High, in the San Diego area.
He has been named to the Pro Bowl twelve times.
Junior grew up as the fifth in a family of seven children.
He was taken in the first round of the 1990 NFL draft.
Attended and played football at the University of Southern California (USC).
He is 6' 3" tall.
He owns his own clothing line, called "Say-Ow Gear".
Junior owns a restaurant, called "Seau's Restaurant", at Mission Valley Center in San Diego.