Watch Last Intense Video Footage of Jessie Lemonier 

Former Detroit Lions linebacker Jessie Lemonier has died, the team confirmed Thursday. He was 25.

Lemonier, who was drafted by the XFL’s Arlington Renegades in November, instead recently signed with the USFL’s Houston Gamblers for the upcoming season before being traded to the Birmingham Stallions.

“We are stunned and disheartened to learn of the death of previous Detroit Lion Jessie Lemonier,” the Lions said in an explanation posted on Twitter.

“Jessie was a model colleague and superb young fellow who is gone excessively soon. Our contemplations and petitions to heaven are with his loved ones during this troublesome time.”

“Gone too early. Our hearts are with Jessie’s family, companions and friends and family,” an assertion by means of the Chargers’ Twitter page read on Thursday, grieving Lemonier.

During Lemonier’s last seasons with Freedom, he procured MVP praises in the 2019 Fix Bowl when the school dominated its most memorable bowl match.

Lemonier spent one season with the Chargers, appearing in six games in which he registered two tackles. After getting waived in August 2021, he was signed by the Lions.

He totaled 15 tackles and 1.5 sacks across seven games before being waived last May.

Video Footage

His family member didn’t say about his death cause. He was found dead. Police working to find out his death cause. We will update it soon. stay with us.

Lemonier was claimed off waivers by the Arizona Cardinals but was released in August before the start of the 2022 season.

His agent, Drew Smith of DEC Management, told ESPN that Lemonier and his girlfriend were expecting a child.

Lemonier, a native of Hialeah, Florida, originally signed with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted free agent out of Liberty in 2020. He saw action in six games, making two tackles.

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