Dwanye Haskins’ agent and family have released a statement following Monday’s report about the circumstances surrounding the quarterback’s tragic death.
On Monday, Florida sports reporter Andy Slater reported that Haskins’ BAC was .24 at the time of his death last month. Slater added that Haskins had been out drinking at a Miami nightclub where he got into a fight and was in the car with a women when he ran out of gas:
Haskins was struck and killed by a dump truck while walking on a highway to find gas in the early morning hours of April 9. A new autopsy report also said the former first-round pick ingested ketamine in the hours before he tragically died.
Following the release of the toxicology report, Haskins’ attorney Rick Ellsley issued this statement on behalf of Haskins’ widow, Kalabrya. The release highlights Haskins’ personal and professional accomplishments while asking for privacy:
Our thoughts and prayers remain with Haskins’ family.