Former NFL player Chris Smith dead at 31

Breaking News

Former NFL player Chris Smith has passed away at the age of 31 years old.

“Rest in Peace Chris. Condolences to all his family, friends and loved ones. We will miss you,” tweeted Drew Rosenhaus, who, according to the Associated Press, was Smith’s agent.

During his NFL career, Smith had played for various teams. Prior to his death, he had been playing for the XFL’s Seattle Sea Dragons.

“The entire XFL family mourns the loss of Chris Smith, a cherished player and member of the Seattle Sea Dragons,” a statement shared on social media by the XFL and the Seattle Sea Dragons said. “Chris was a powerful prescence in the locker room and universally loved by teammates and the coaching staff, he will be deeply missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family and teammates at this difficult time.”

You Might Like

“We are deeply saddened by the passing of former Browns DE Chris Smith. Chris was one of the kindest people, teammates and friends we’ve had in our organization. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time,” the NFL’s Cleveland Browns tweeted.

“Rest in paradise Chris Smith. Hometown hero and a brother to everyone. Such a kind soul. This is Heartbreaking,” David Njoku of the Browns tweeted.

The Jacksonville Jaguars tweeted that they were “saddened” to hear of Smith’s death.

“A leader on the field, and a friend to all he played with. Rest in peace Chris Smith,” NFL films tweeted.

Former NFL player, West Rowan football star Chris Smith dies at 31www.youtube.com

Like Blaze News? Bypass the censors, sign up for our newsletters, and get stories like this direct to your inbox. Sign up here!

Articles You May Like

How to Build a Great Credit Score
Trump Spars With Voter Who Blames Him For Deaths From COVID Vaccines
Chicago shootings: 50 people shot, 10 fatally this weekend. New video shows criminals armed with makeshift machine guns open fire on crowd, killing 14 year old.
WOW: CNN Doctor Recommends Biden Walk With Cane to Stop Falling
Why Is the Bloated U.S. Defense Budget Never on the Chopping Block?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *