Jaylon Ferguson, a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, has a family photo surface again when he passes away at age 26.
Linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens Jaylon Ferguson, who appeared in 10 games last year, has passed away. He was 26.
The club released a statement on Wednesday saying, “We are truly saddened by the unfortunate demise of Jaylon Ferguson. He was a good-natured, courteous young man with a contagious smile. We offer Jaylon’s family and friends our sincere sympathies as we lament his needlessly short life.
The person I spoke to before leaving the building,” tweeted Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen. Together, they spent virtually every day in the sauna to see who could stay in there the longest. said that this year was our turn, man. I’ll miss you, buddy.
“He will be remembered not just as a football player, but as a terrific father, son, brother, and friend,” Ferguson’s agent Safarrah Lawson said in a statement obtained by ESPN.
Ferguson, a graduate of Louisiana Tech, played three seasons in the NFL. According to ESPN, he was a father of three.
Baltimore selected Ferguson with the 85th overall choice in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, according to Pro Football Reference.
In the final game of his career, Ferguson shattered the NCAA’s record for career sacks.
Ferguson recorded his 45th career sack in the 2018 Hawai’i Bowl, breaking the NCAA’s all-time sacks record, according to ESPN, in the final game of his collegiate career at Louisiana Tech. He was given the moniker “Sack Daddy” for his record-breaking feat.
Ferguson will take a huge stride forward in the upcoming season, according to Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey.
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