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Shocking news from the world of the NFL as reports arrive that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was killed early Saturday morning (April 9) in a car crash. Details are still swirling around and we’re looking for more information.
ESPN just released a brief report regarding Haskins’ death after the player’s agent Cedric Saunders broke the news to Adam Schefter. Schefter is currently facing criticism from observers after posting an initial tweet mentioning how Haskins struggled early in his career instead of showing more decorum and respect to the family after receiving the news.
Haskins was training in South Florida with some of his Steelers teammates when he was hit by a vehicle. VS
Haskins was a star player at Ohio State University before being selected 15th overall by the Washington Commanders in 2019. Haskins signed with the Steelers last year and was looking to recharge his career, which is why he was to Florida to practice during the offseason with the other quarterbacks of the team. and receivers.
Born on May 3, 1997, in Highland Park, NJ, Haskins spent his high school years in the Potomac, Maryland suburb of Washington, D.C., attending Bullis School where he played for the U.S. football team. school. After initially committing to the University of Maryland, Haskins moved to Ohio State and quickly became a fan favorite.
Dwayne Haskins was 24 years old.
We will come back to this post with updates as we receive them.
Our condolences to Haskins’ family, friends and loved ones. Rest mightily in peace.