Former Ohio State standout and Pittsburgh Steelers backup QB Dwayne Haskins has passed away. He was 24.
Adam Schefter revealed the news; the young NFL player died in a car accident. His agent Cedric Saunders confirmed the tragic news to the ESPN NFL insider. No further details about the car accident have been revealed. Schefter caught a lot of heat for his initial tweet for mentioning Haskins was “struggling to catch on” during his NFL career, which has now been tragically cut short.
Schefter tweeted, ”Dwayne Haskins, a standout at Ohio State before becoming Washington’s first-round pick and playing in Pittsburgh, died this morning when he got hit by a car in South Florida, per his agent Cedric Saunders. Haskins would have turned 25 years old on May 3,” Schefter tweeted.
“Dwayne Haskins was training in South Florida with other Steelers QBs, RBs, and WRs. He was killed this morning in South Florida when he got hit by a vehicle. Tragic….” he continued in a follow-up tweet.
Haskins was drafted in the first round by the Washington Commanders starting in two seasons for the team in 2019-20. He finished with 2,804 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The story is still developing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Haskins’ family and close friends.
Photo: Icon Sportswire / Getty
24-Year-Old NFL QB Dwayne Haskins Dies After Being Struck By A Vehicle was originally published on cassiuslife.com
Lionel Richie Blasts Diana Ross for Declining Him: “She’s over there singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Beyoncé”
Jeezy Files For Divorce From TV Host Jeannie Mai
Looking for a job? Radio One Charlotte Job & Recruitment Fair
Rest In Power: Notable Black Folks Who We’ve Lost In 2023
[VIDEO] Tamar Braxton Talks Burglary Caught On Tape “I’m Not Safe Anywhere”
Buy Black Charlotte: Add your Black-Owned Business to the List
Teyana Taylor Announces Separation From Iman Shumpert After 7 Years of Marriage: ‘We Are Still The Best Of Friends’
How To Download The 105.3 RNB App On Your Smartphone