The NFL world is in grieving today following the appalling passing of previous Green Sound Packers and New York Planes tight end Tyrone Davis. He was 50 years of age.
As per TMZ, a public eulogy in Virginia affirmed Davis’ passing, which happened on October 3. The reason for death has not yet been affirmed.
Previous Packers hostile tackle Baron Dotson was quick to affirm that his previous colleague lost his life.
NFL World Reacts To Former Packers Player’s Tragic Death
“This is challenging to post,” Dotson composed. “Rest in heaven partner. This great man Tyrone Davis battled alongside me on the NFL Green Inlet Packers for a really long time. Sibling until the end of time.”
NFL fans have taken to Twitter to give their sympathies also:
Tyrone Davis was a fourth-round draft selected by the Planes from Virginia in the 1995 NFL Draft. He played wide recipient in school yet changed to tight end in 1996.
After two seasons in New York, Davis was exchanged to the Packers before the 1997 season and played in 13 games as the Packers arrived at their subsequent straight Super Bowl – a terrible exertion against the Denver Horses.
In 75 NFL games, Davis had 73 gatherings for 795 yards and 13 scores – everything except one of which were tossed by Brett Favre. Davis has the differentiation of having gotten the 200th score of Favre’s Corridor of Acclaim vocation.
Our hearts go out to Tyrone Davis’ family and friends and family.