Cause of Death Revealed for Son of NFL Hall of Famer

It seems all too often that we see something about the death of someone notable in the news. The tragic death of Ray Lewis III, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis, has been confirmed as an accidental overdose by the police. The 28-year-old former college football player was found unconscious and naked in his Florida home on June 14 by a friend who called 911. Despite the efforts of the first responders, who administered Narcan to reverse the effects of opioids, Lewis was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Lewis followed his father’s footsteps and played football at the University of Miami, Coastal Carolina University and Virginia Union University. He also signed with the Wyoming Mustangs professional indoor football team in 2020. He was remembered by his coaches and teammates as a hard-working, intelligent and talented player who had a bright future ahead of him.

Lewis’ family and friends are mourning his loss and asking for privacy during this difficult time. His brother Rahsaan Lewis wrote on Instagram, “Really can’t believe I’m even typing this but RIP big brother. A true angel. I pray you’re at peace now because I know how much you were really hurting.” His sister Diaymon Lewis also shared a heartfelt message, saying, “You will always be my first love and truly are the definition of a quintessential brother.” Their father Ray Lewis has not yet commented publicly on his son’s death.


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