Former NFL Player Alex Collins Passes Away at Age 28

Former NFL Player Alex Collins Passes Away at Age 28

Alex Collins : a former NFL player known for his role as a running back with the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens, has tragically lost his life in a motorcycle accident. He was only 28 years old Alex Collins.

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On the morning of August 14, the family of Alex Collins released a statement through the Seahawks team, sharing the heartbreaking news of his passing. The statement expressed the deep sorrow felt by his family and friends, as well as supporters from all corners of the world. They remembered Alex as a person driven by determination, possessing a larger-than-life personality that left a lasting impact.

The family’s statement concluded by asking for thoughts and prayers during this challenging time. They also requested privacy as they navigate their grief, with plans to share details about the funeral arrangements at a later time.

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Both the NFL and the teams Alex Collins played for, the Seahawks and Ravens, also released statements to honor his memory.

John Harbaugh, the head coach of the Ravens, shared his thoughts on Collins: “Alex brought immense joy to those around him, radiating a bright light. He will forever be remembered as an exceptional teammate whose uplifting spirit influenced everyone he interacted with.”

Originally hailing from Florida, Alex Collins was selected in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL draft by the Seahawks. He spent a season there before moving on to play for the Baltimore Ravens for a span of two years. In 2020, Collins returned to the Seahawks and completed one final season before retiring from the NFL. In the recent spring, he also participated with the Memphis Showboats of the USFL, but unfortunately, his season was cut short due to an injury in May.

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