Jessie Lemonier — a former outdoors linebacker for the Detroit Lions — has actually died, the group revealed Thursday early morning. He was just 25 years of ages.
Details surrounding Lemonier’s death are not yet understood.
The Lions broke the unfortunate news with a declaration, stating they’re “shocked and saddened” by Lemonier’s death.
“Jessie was a model teammate and wonderful young man who is gone far too soon,” the group stated on social networks.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during this difficult time.”
Many paid their aspects to the late Lions gamer in the remarks … consisting of Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson who shared the post with hoping hand emojis.
Lemonier was an undrafted complimentary representative out of Liberty University … where he ended up being the 3rd gamer in Flames history to tape 10 or more sacks in a season.
The Los Angeles Chargers chose him up after the 2020 NFL Draft and Lemonier played in 6 video games prior to he was waived in August 2021.
He then signed with the Lions’ practice team a month later on and was promoted to the active lineup. He appeared in 7 video games and had 15 takes on and 1.5 sacks.
Lemonier likewise had a brief stint with the Arizona Cardinals.
It looks like Lemonier was placing for a profession in the United States Football League as he just recently signed with the Houston Gamblers in December 2022.
He was traded to the USFL’s safeguarding champs Birmingham Stallions and their season was arranged to begin this April.
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