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Via: CNN.Com

The brain of former National Football League star Junior Seau showed no apparent signs of damage from Seau’s years in professional football, according to an autopsy report released Monday.

Seau’s death on May 2 in his Oceanside, California, home was classified as a suicide the next day by the San Diego County medical examiner.

The autopsy results released Monday showed Seau shot himself in the chest with a hollow-point bullet from a .357-caliber revolver. The bullet hit Seau’s heart, spleen and left lung.

He had used zolpidem, a sleep aid sold under the brand name Ambien among others, and naproxen, a pain reliever sold under the brand name Aleve among others, but there were no signs of alcohol, “common drugs of abuse,” or other medications, according to the report by deputy medical examiner Craig Nelson.