NFL Player Adrian Dingle Cause Of Death – How Did He Die?

Adrian Dingle, a former NFL superstar has died at the age of 45. He died on Tuesday. Clemon University confirms his passing. We are really sad to hear the news.

Clemson University, where Dingle played 46 games during college, announced the news on its website, revealing that Dingle died Tuesday.

Dingle played five seasons in San Diego, where he finished his career with 94 tackles, 14.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception.

Dingle played from 1995-98, serving as a starting defensive end after his freshman season. As a senior, he recorded 10.5 sacks, which was a single-season record at the time, and he currently ranks sixth in school history with 23 sacks.

Pro Bowl defensive end Marcellus Wiley wrote on Twitter, “RIP to my teammate Adrian Dingle.” “We were just hanging, laughing, swapping war stories, and talking family. Rest easy big dog!”

Dingle was drafted by the Chargers in the fifth round of the 1999 NFL Draft but missed his rookie season due to injury.

Wide receiver James McKnight (80) of the Miami Dolphins gets tackled by defensive end Adrian Dingle (90) of the San Diego Chargers during the second quarter of a game at Pro Player Stadium Nov. 24, 2002, in Miami, Fla.

Adrian Dingle Cause Of Death

Adrian Dingle’s cause of death has not cleared at this moment. But police trying to solve his death cause. We are also working on it. His family didn’t say anything.

“While Adrian was known for his football accomplishments, he was so much more than football. In the few short days since his passing, I’ve been overwhelmed by the outpouring of stories and memories,” Bell tells PEOPLE.

“The common theme is his infectious smile and his selfless love. I’ve never met any other person who could meet someone once and go on to be a groomsman in a wedding. His smile will live on through his gorgeous babies who loved their daddy beyond measure.”

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