Former Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died from Combined Effects of Fentanyl and Cocaine

Former Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died from Combined Effects of Fentanyl and Cocaine
Former Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died from Combined Effects of Fentanyl and Cocaine (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/CBSSports)

Autopsy: Former Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from fentanyl and cocaine. His death was ruled accidental, as well.

No other details about Ferguson’s death have been released, but the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner plans to finish the autopsy within 90 days.

Ferguson was discovered unresponsive at his residence in North Baltimore on June 21, and cops were called that evening. According to authorities, “Ferguson never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead at the scene by medics.” He had been 26 years old.

The Ravens revealed Ferguson’s death the next morning, and his agent, Safarrah Lawson, affirmed it shortly after. NFL players, enthusiasts, and the media also paid homage to Ferguson on social networking sites. Ferguson’s family released a statement on June 23rd, calling his death “one of the darkest moments” in their lives.

Ferguson set an NCAA record with 45 sacks in 4 years at Louisiana Tech, earning him the moniker “Sack Daddy.” He was drafted in the 3rd round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Ravens, where he appeared in 38 games and recorded 4.5 sacks and 57 tackles in three seasons.

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