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Adam Zimmer NFL Death: What A Shocking News?
According to the Associated Press, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office in Minnesota determined that the persistent use of alcohol was the man’s cause of death. He was 38 years old. On October 31, Adam, the son of Mike Zimmer, a former head coach for the Vikings, passed away.
The Cincinnati Bengals organization issued a statement on November 1 confirming the news, which was published here. (From 2008 through 2013, Mike was also employed with the Ohio team in the capacity of a defensive assistant.)
The Bengals started their statement by saying, “The Bengals are sorry to discover the heartbreaking news regarding team Offensive Analyst Adam Zimmer.” “Team President Mike Brown made the following statement: ‘For the past 15 years, our organization has had the pleasure of getting to know and collaborate with the Zimmer family.’
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We hold Mike and Adam in the highest regard, and we are overcome with sorrow over the dreadful news that was just shared with us. We considered Mike and Adam to be more than simply coaches; we considered them to be friends. At this time, the Zimmer family is in the midst of our collective thoughts and prayers.'”
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The Vikings organization released a statement at the time saying, “We are heartbroken to hear about the passing of Adam Zimmer.”
“We are heartbroken to hear about the passing of Adam Zimmer.” “Adam was a kind and respectful man, and it was obvious that he cared a great deal about his family, his players, his fellow coaches, and the Vikings front office staff over the course of his time in Minnesota.
During that time, he spent in Minnesota, it became clear that he had spent those years in Minnesota. Our prayers are with Mike, Corri, Marki, and the rest of the Zimmer family during this difficult time. NFL Coach Adam Zimmer Adam Zimmer’s Cause of Death Has Been Determined Photograph by Charles Rex.
An earlier story by ESPN stated that Adam was found by the Mendota Heights Police Department after officers were summoned to perform a welfare check on someone who was reported missing. (Although he was employed by the Bengals, he maintained his residence in Minnesota.)
When Adam’s body was discovered on his couch, it “looked to have bruising or blood pooling around his eye,” which prompted the subsequent opening of an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death.
An earlier affidavit for a search warrant indicated that law enforcement officers went to his residence one week before his death in response to complaints that he “had passed out from drinking.”
Mike, Adam’s father, and sisters Marki and Corri are the only members of Adam’s family who have survived his passing. “I still can’t believe I’m going to have to write this. Yesterday, I said goodbye to my older brother.
Corri described her brother in a post on Instagram one month ago as “the nicest, sweetest, family-loving, the sports-obsessed person there ever was.” “I’ve been through suffering like this before, but it’s been a while, and I had no idea that it was possible for me to feel like this again.”