According to an autopsy of former Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, fentanyl and cocaine were both factors in his death, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reported on Friday. According to the office, his death was likewise determined to be an accident. The cause of Ferguson’s death has not been made public, but the agency stated that a written autopsy report will be largely finished in 90 days.
On June 21, Ferguson was discovered unconscious at his North Baltimore home before police were summoned that evening.
Police claim that- “Ferguson never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead at the scene by medics.” He was 26 years old. The following morning, the Ravens made the news of Ferguson’s passing; shortly after, his agent, Safarrah Lawson, verified it. On social media, NFL players, fans, and the media all paid respect to Ferguson. On June 23, Ferguson’s family issued a statement in which they referred to his passing as “one of the worst periods” of their lives.
Ferguson earned the moniker “Sack Daddy” for recording 45 sacks in four years at Louisana Tech, an NCAA record. He was taken by the Ravens in the third round of the 2019 draught, where he has since appeared in 38 games, recorded 4.5 sacks, and made 57 tackles. The Banner said that Ferguson had lately dealt with the passing of his grandmother as well as a fire at his Owing Mills, Maryland, home.
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