Former NFL Star Keion Carpenter Has Past Away At The Age Of 39 After Collapsing

BHR Hollywood Reports.........Former NFL safety Keion Carpenter died Thursday morning after collapsing  and falling into a coma earlier in the week, a family spokesperson confirmed to reports. He was 39.

"It is with regret that we as a family announce that at 6:47 a.m., Keion Eric Carpenter was pronounced dead at Jackson South Community Hospital in Miami, Florida," a family statement sent to the celebrity website said.

Keion Carpenter 
 "Keion collapsed while on a family vacation and remained in a coma for 24 hours. Keion's remains will be flown back to Baltimore for burial."

Carpenter’s cousin Jamila Smith told the newspaper that he fell while playing with his son.

“They were running to the car when (Carpenter) slipped, fell, hit his head and slipped into a coma. It was just a freak accident,” she told the paper. “He was always healthy; he went to the doctor, ate well and worked out.”
Keion C. Playing For the Atlanta Falcons 

Carpenter intercepted 14 passes during his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons. He blocked six kicks at Virginia Tech, tying the school record.

He also founded The Carpenter House, designed to benefit children from low-income homes through mentoring.

Former Hokies coach Frank Beamer recalled Carpenter, a Baltimore native, as “one of the rocks around which we built our program.”

The Hall of Fame coach says Carpenter “had a heart of gold.” Beamer says the former player’s work with The Carpenter House and other charitable organizations to help those in need “truly embodied the Virginia Tech spirit.”

BHR Wishes Th Family Of Keion Carpenter Our Deepest Condolences