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San Diego Chargers Player Kevin Ellison Dies At 31

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Kevin Ellison, a former San Diego Chargers player and captain of the USC football team, passed away at age 31. As Ellison strolled down a California roadway, he unexpectedly passed away. According to the LA Times, Ellison passed away on Thursday, October 4, while traveling on the I-5 freeway in the San Diego Fernando Valley. This information was provided by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.

Investigators have been looking into Kevin’s death to determine what caused it. On October 6, Ellison’s alma mater announced his passing via Twitter.

“Kevin Ellison, keep fighting forever. The three-time Rose Bowl champion and former USC captain passed away last week, according to the sports department. I have the tweet here.

 Suffering from severe mental health issues

Kevin Ellison’s brother, Chris Ellison, informed the Times that at the time of his passing, his brother was experiencing serious mental health problems. Chris stated to the newspaper that he didn’t know where he was and was confused. He was undoubtedly attempting to locate his family and return home. We have a deep love. My parents, brother, sister, and I did all within their power.

 Suffering from severe mental health issues

According to Ellison’s family, they intended to give Boston University his brain for use in research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disorder brought on by repeated head blows. Football players are not uncommon to receive this diagnosis.

Ellison, who played or coached football for the majority of his life, was charged with federal arson in 2012 after setting a Washington lodge’s bed on fire and causing $50,000 in damages.

Ellison was a player for the Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League at the time of the incident, according to court filings. According to the story, “God told him to set the fire.”People claimed that when he agreed to pay more than $80,000, the lawsuit was dropped.

After playing safety for the Trojans in college, Ellison was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. 2009 was his only season as an NFL player, seeing action in 13 games overall.

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