NFL’s Jaylon Ferguson Death Caused By Fentanyl, Cocaine Mixture

Baltimore Raven passrusher Jaylon Ferguson died unexpectedly last month, and now officials announced Friday that his death was due to “the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine.” A spokesman for the chief medical examiner’s office in Baltimore, Maryland, has ruled the death was an accident.

No further details were released, but now we understand what happened.

Ferguson was found in a home in Baltimore on June 21 and never regained consciousness, according to police. He was later pronounced dead by local medics. The Ravens released a statement saying they were “deeply saddened by the tragic death of Jaylon.”

Fans captioned the post: “Why does this stuff keep happening RIP,” “Rest in peace Jaylon Our thoughts are with his family and friends and everyone connected with him @ravens during this time.” and “Reportedly in the best shape of his life!!! Hard reminder that no matter the circumstances, we’re not promised another day.”

NFL’s Jaylon Ferguson died from taking fentanyl and cocaine mix

After his death was first announced, police did not suspect foul play and said they were investigating the possibility that he had overdosed.

Jaylon was selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft and played in 38 games for the team, recording 4.5 sacks and 67 tackles. He was previously a standout at Louisiana Tech, where he set the NCAA record for most career sacks.

Ferguson was just 26 years old.

Rest in peace Jalon.

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