NFL Player Alex Collins Dies at 28 in Motorcycle Accident

Mourning in the world of the NFL with the tragic death of Alex Collins, who suffered an accident with his motorcycle crashing into a truck in Lauderdale Lakes (Florida).

According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office report, he died last Sunday around 10:20 p.m., near 3300 West Oakland Park Boulevard in an incident that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate.

He was an excellent running back who at 28 years old played in the USFL, but Collins played a total of 5 seasons in the NFL since in 2016 he was drafted in the fifth round. He played 50 games in the league with a total of 1997 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns.

His team, the Baltimore Ravens, mourned Collins’ death. “It is with all our regret that we report the death of Alex Collins. Always quick to reciprocate everyone with a smile, he was a very kind person who transmitted a special joy and passion wherever he went. Alex will be remembered for the light and love he has brought to so many people in his life.”

Although the current club Alex Collins was the Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks, it was the team of his love and where he forged a great career that transmitted great recognition to him. “Shattered. Our prayers are with the Collins family,” they said on networks along with a photo and an emotional statement.

“It is with all our regret that we announce the passing of our beloved Alex Collins this morning. Alex was highly regarded by his family, friends, and fans around the world. Everyone who knew him can attest to his determination and personality,” they said.

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