Previous NFL player Devon Wylie has died at 35 years old, as declared by his family on Monday
In his six standard season games for the Bosses in 2012, Wylie made six gets for 53 yards
After Bosses, he spent the following three seasons playing for nine unique clubs
Previous NFL player and champion from Fresno State Devon Wylie has died at 35 years old, as reported by his family on Monday.
|Born:||September 2, 1988
Sacramento, California, U.S.
|Died:||November 2023 (aged 35)|
|Height:||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Weight:||187 lb (85 kg)|
A relative let it be known via web-based entertainment. His relative, Doug N Ashlee Wylie, in a Facebook post, said, “We needed to make this post so individuals who knew and cherished Devon could learn of his passing since we can’t contact everybody in this difficult time.”
The post likewise added, “There are no words to communicate the bitterness that comes from losing a brother, dear companion and an astonishing uncle. Devon had such a lot of adoration and satisfaction to give! Continuously making individuals giggle and engaging us with his football abilities, guitar jams, senseless jokes and voices, reverse somersault stunts, fun talk, Star Wars fixation visit, Corona evenings, and also his wonderful grin. We will miss him generally. Kindly appeal to God for his mother, father, sister, brother and the remainder of the family… this is so troublesome.”
Who was Devon Wylie?
Devon Wylie was a wide collector and recorded 98 gatherings for 1327 yards and 8 scores during his experience as a Fresno State understudy competitor. The 2012 NFL Draft saw the Kansas City Bosses pick him in the fourth round.
While going to Fresno State, Devon Wylie showed his capacities as an all-American dropkick returner for the Bulldogs in 2011. Wylie returned 41 dropkicks for Fresno State somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2011, averaging an entirely good 13.5 yards per return throughout that time.
In his six standard season games for the Bosses in 2012, Wylie made six gets for 53 yards, his most elevated all out in his NFL vocation. In the wake of being cut by the Bosses in 2013, he spent the following three seasons playing for nine distinct clubs.
The Kansas City Bosses chosen Devon Wylie, 107th in general, in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft, to start his football vocation. He played for nine distinct NFL clubs for the accompanying three seasons subsequent to leaving the Bosses.