NFLのラインバッカーがコカインとフェンタニルの影響で死亡したことが判明

NFLのラインバッカーがコカインとフェンタニルの影響で死亡したことが判明
The death of the Baltimore Ravens linebacker was ruled an accident

A medical examination has found that ボルチモア Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from the combined effects of cocaine and fentanyl, a spokesperson from the メリーランド 保健省 金曜日に言った.

Mr Ferguson, のネイティブ ルイジアナ, was found unresponsive in his North Baltimore home on June 21 and pronounced dead. His death was ruled an accident following an autopsy.

Mr Ferguson is one of the most high-profile people in recent months to suffer from the potential deadly effects of fentanyl. The number of overdose deaths in the US due to synthetic opioids other than methadone has spiked in recent years, 以上で 56,000 such overdose deaths reported in 2020 一人で. Last fall, actor Michael K Williams died after taking a dose of fentanyl-laced heroin in New York.

Born in the town of Zachary in East Baton Rouge Parish, Mr Ferguson stayed close to home to attend college and play football at Louisiana Tech. He enjoyed an outstanding career as a member of the Bulldogs, 作る 50 appearances over four years and breaking the FBS sack record during his final college game.

Mr Ferguson then spent the entirety of his short professional career in Baltimore, after the Ravens selected him in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He made his NFL debut in September of that year and was starting by the end of the campaign. He appeared in 24 games over the last two years, mainly as an outside linebacker and defensive end.

Mr Ferguson was engaged to be married at the time of his death and had three children with his fiancée Doni Smith.

“Jaylon definitely had the biggest heart that I’ve ever imagined. I thought that I had a big heart, but his heart was way bigger,” Ms Smith told the ボルティモアサン. “He just was a guy that wanted joy. He wanted peace. He wanted everybody to be happy. He would meet people, and they would instantly become family.”

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