Baltimore (WJZ) — Medical examiners have reached the conclusion that Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson passed away as a result of an overdose on a combination of fentanyl and cocaine, as reported by the Baltimore Banner.
The results of an autopsy showed that Ferguson, who was 26 years old, had died from an overdose of several drugs. It has been speculated that he passed away in a tragic accident. On Friday, WJZ learned that the cause of death was confirmed by the chief medical examiner’s office.
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They had been dispatched to investigate a complaint of an unexplained death when they came onto the scene of Ferguson’s medical care, where he was unconscious at the time.
It was reported by the police that he was pronounced dead on the spot. Ferguson spent three years with the Ravens, during which he appeared in 38 games (10 as a starter) and made 67 tackles and 4.5 quarterback sacks.
After his passing, the team released messages from head coach John Harbaugh and numerous players remembering Ferguson as a charismatic presence in the locker room, known for his smile and upbeat outlook.
The head coach, Jim Harbaugh, praised the 26-year-old player for his “wonderful heart” and said he was a joy to be around. The player loved his family and his team, according to Harbaugh.
,#Baltimore #Ravens #Jaylon #Ferguson #dead #toxic #drug #cocktail #autopsy #show #CBS #Baltimore #Source #Baltimore Ravens #Baltimore #Ravens #Jaylon #Ferguson #dead #autopsy #show #Baltimore #Source #Baltimore According to the results of the autopsy, Jaylon Ferguson died from a lethal drug cocktail. – CBS Baltimore.