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Arkansas football player found dead in room

(CNN) — University of Arkansas authorities say they see no “suspicious circumstances” surrounding the death of a 19-year-old football player who was was found dead in his room Sunday.

Garrett Uekman, a sophomore tight end for the Razorbacks, was found unconscious and unresponsive in his room about 11:15 a.m., the university said in a written statement Sunday afternoon. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful, and he was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital shortly after noon.

“…he appeared to be in good health,”

A roommate last saw Uekman playing video games about an hour earlier, “and he appeared to be in good health,” the university said. An autopsy will be performed.

“The cause of Uekman’s death is not known at this time, but there are no suspicious circumstances,” the statement said.

Uekman, of Little Rock, “was living his dream of going to the U of A and playing football for the Razorbacks,” parents Danny and Michelle Uekman said in a statement released through the school. He appeared in nine games for the 10-1 Arkansas squad this season.

via CNN

One Comment on “Arkansas football player found dead in room

  1. Most of the time it become the demand of the parents from their child to choose such field for their profession otherwise they will not own the expense of their studies while the thing is that can they forcefully develop the interest too of their child?

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