Football Quarterback Jared Lorenzen Has Passed Away At 38 After Battling Severe Health Complications

Date July 4, 2019 17:06

Born as Jared Raymond Lorenzen On February 14, 1981, he was an American football quarterback & also a commissioner of the Ultimate Indoor Football League. The young man left to early and couldn't continue his own legacy.

Jared used to play football for Kentucky and had won a contract from the New York Giants. He became their undrafted free agent in 2004. During his tenure, he was dubbed "Hefty Lefty" because of his unusually high stature for a sportsman and being a functional left-handed person.

Passing away at 38

On Wednesday, June 3, Jared's family announced the sad news of his death. For the past six days, he was hospitalized and in need of a miracle.

The sports network's founder, Matt Jones revealed in a tweet that Lorenzen was suffering from kidney and heart issues. An acute infection had greatly compromised his health and had led to these problems.

In his mother's statement, a lot of gratitude was offered to Jared's well-wishes. She thanked his fans for praying for him and supporting him while he lived. Jared is survived by his ex-wife, Tamara Michelle and their two kids: Tayler and Tayden.

Fans and friends paid tribute to him

Lorenzen's death is truly traumatizing. He had his whole life ahead of him. One infection brought so much havoc to his health. Now, he rests in peace. Share this and send your condolences to the grieving family.