25 year-old O.J. Murdock committed suicide in front of his alma mater, Middleton High School, in Tampa, Florida recently.
Murdock was a wide receiver for the Tennessee Titans professional football team prior to his death. Murdock was signed onto the team last year following his college career at South Carolina University. However, Murdock was forced to sit out his first season with an Achilles injury.
Murdock was found in his car with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in front of the high school. He was pronounced dead two hours after being taken to the hospital in critical condition.
The Titans head coach, Mike Munchak, says that Murdock had been excused from the Titan’s training camp last week for “personal reasons.” No further details about his personal situation or any motive for his committing suicide have yet been released.
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