Demaryius Thomas, winner of Super Bowl 50 with Broncos, passes away
The NFL world continues to receive shocking news, this Thursday the death of former Denver Broncos player Demaryius Thomas was announced, who was found dead in his home at 33 years of age.
The former Super Bowl 50 winner with Denver was found in his Georgia home and the death was confirmed by journalist Miles Garrett.
The causes of his death have not been revealed and the world of American football in the United States is mourning another sensitive death.
The player announced his retirement from the NFL in 2021 and during his career he played for the New York Jets, New England Patriots and Houston Texans.
Demaryius Thomas played nine seasons with the Broncos, where he had 665 receptions for 9,055 yards and 60 touchdowns, and won Super Bowl 50 against the Carolina Panthers.
He then tried his luck with the Texans, Patriots and Jets before retiring in June 2021 after a year of inactivity.
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