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NFL’s Jaylon Ferguson Died Due To Fentanyl, Cocaine Mix, Ruled Accident

Baltimore Ravens pass rusher Jaylon Ferguson died last month of “interaction between fentanyl and cocaine,” authorities said Friday.

In the opinion TMZ SportsA spokesman for the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore, Maryland, added that the death was considered an accident.

No further details were provided.

As we reported, Ferguson was found unreacted in a Baltimore apartment on June 21, and police said he never regained consciousness. He was was declared dead by the doctors present.

We are deeply saddened by the tragic death of Jaylon Ferguson. pic.twitter.com/ylBvLEzjer

– Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 22, 2022

@Ravens

At the time, police did not suspect the crime … and added that they were investigating the possibility that Ferguson had overdosed.

He was only 26 years old.

Ravens selected Jaylon in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft … and he played a total of 38 games for the team in the last three seasons, making 4.5 sacks and 67 tackles.

He had previously starred in Louisiana Tech, where he set an NCAA record for most career kicks.

REST IN PEACE.

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