Sad news reaching SmileTimes indicates Shelby Jordan has died. The news of his death came in the early hours of September 16, 2022.
Jordan died on Sept. 9, according to statements released Friday by the College Football Hall of Fame and the New England Patriots. Neither provided a cause of death or said where his death occurred.
Jordan, a linebacker in college, was a seventh-round draft pick by the Houston Oilers in the 1973 NFL Draft, but he was cut after training camp.
He signed with New England as a free agent in 1974 and got hurt in training camp. He transitioned to offensive tackle and saw his first NFL action in 1975.
After the news of his death broke, numerous tributes poured in from family relations and former industry mates.
What was Shelby Jordan’s cause of death?
The news of his death shocked many people, One question people keep asking is, “What caused Shelby Jordan’s death?”
There is no information from his family or medical team about what exactly led to his death.
Our team is surfing the web to get more details about what led to Shelby Jordan’s death,
Shelby Jordan’s Memorial Service
Several days after death, families hold memorial services where relatives meet for a short and quiet ceremony.
In Shelby Jordan’s case, there is no information from his family regarding a memorial service.
Shelby Jordan’s Obituary and Funeral Service
Shelby Jordan’s death was sudden. His family and relations are yet to get over the news of his death.
As it is now, there is no obituary for Shelby Jordan.
We do not have any information on Shelby Jordan’s funeral service. Once we do, we will share the details on this page.
Our team is dedicated to providing you with information on the cause of the death of Shelby Jordan so you can mourn with the family.
Who Was Shelby Jordan?
Jordan played in 95 games with 87 starts at right tackle during his eight seasons with the Patriots. He finished his career with the Raiders and was a member of the Super Bowl XVIII Championship team in 1983.
In 2013, Jordan was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Jordan and his wife, Donzella, founded a Los Angeles-based nonprofit economic-development corporation to provide affordable urban housing and services for families and seniors.
He was born on Jan. 23, 1952, in St. Louis, Missouri, and later attended East St. Louis (Illinois) High School.
We send our deepest condolences to the family of Shelby Jordan in this difficult moment of loss.
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