Settlement Reached in Cal Football Player Ted Agu’s Family’s Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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The parties in the Ted Agu / University of California lawsuit have filed a conditional notice of settlement. An April court date, previously set for the start of a jury trial, is now scheduled as a final settlement hearing, according to the new March 24 filing in Alameda County Superior Court.

After Cal acknowledged liability in football player Agu’s 2014 death during an extreme offseason conditioning drill — and with knowledge that Agu had sickle cell trait — it was implausible that the case would actually go to trial, and now it seems clear that it will not.

Headline links to our coverage:

 

University of California’s Account of Teammate’s Attack on Freshman Running Back Fabiano Hale Is Full of Holes

Published November 27th, 2013

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Player-on-Player Attack Suggests the Cal Football Locker Room Has a Richie Incognito Incited by a Loose-Cannon Coach

Published December 2nd, 2013

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University of California: Campus Police Investigation of Football Player’s Attack on Teammate Expected to ‘Conclude Shortly’

Published December 4th, 2013

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Prosecutor ‘Defers’ Charges in Cal Football Attack — Here’s His Full Statement to Concussion Inc.

Published January 31st, 2014

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Our (Probably) Final Take on the J.D. Hinnant Altercation With Fabiano Hale in the Cal Football Locker Room

Published April 5th, 2014

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From San Francisco Chronicle, a Profile in Caution in Cal Football Player Attack

Published April 17th, 2014

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EXCLUSIVE: Cal Football Strength Coach — Focus of Family’s Wrongful Death Suit — Also Central Figure in Concussion Inc.’s Coverage of 2013 Locker-Room Punching Incident

Published January 30th, 2016

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April 18 Trial Date Set in Cal Football Player Ted Agu Family’s Wrongful Death Suit

Published March 18th, 2016

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