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Parys Haralson Death – Obituary: 37-year-old former NFL linebacker and 49ers defensive player, Parys Haralson has been pronounced dead on Monday, in San Francisco September 13, 2021.
Who is Parys Haralson?
Haralson went to college at the University of Tennessee. He was the director of player engagement and a two-time captain for the Vols.
He was also a former NFL linebacker and 49ers defensive player. Haralson signed a four-year contract extension with the 49ers in April 2009.
On August 26, 2013, Haralson was traded from the San Francisco 49ers to the New Orleans Saints. He had 30 tackles and 3½ sacks during the 2013 season.
His sudden death is really a great loss to so many. He was the BEST story teller, smart, funny, ambitious, caring, neat, loving, kind, a huge animal lover and an amazing son to his best friend and his mum.
How did Parys Haralson Die?
The information regarding his death has not been released by the Authorities.
According to information gathered on social media made by University of Tennessee, it was revealed that Haralson died in his sleep.
Family, friends and teammate have taken to their social media timeline to express their grief following the death of Haralson.
According to report, “Parys Haralson a former NFL linebacker and defensive end passed away at the age of 37 reportedly in his sleep. Haralson went to college at the University of Tennessee. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the 5th round of the 2006 draft. He went on to play 7 seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, and he finished the 2008 season leading the 49ers with 8 sacks. Haralson also led the NFC West in sacks in 2008.
In April 2009, Haralson signed a four-year contract extension with the 49ers.
On August 26, 2013, Haralson was traded from the San Francisco 49ers to the New Orleans Saints. He had 30 tackles and 3½ sacks during the 2013 season. He was injured in the Saints’ first playoff game and was unable to play in their second one.
In the opening game of the 2014 season, in addition to his usual defensive role, Haralson came in for two plays at fullback, serving as a lead blocker for Khiry Robinson, who scored a touchdown behind Haralson’s block in the second quarter.
It was Haralson’s first time to play offence in his entire football career. Haralson had been working in sales for the 49ers.
Condolences to his friends and family, and may he Rest in Peace.”
49ERS said “The 49ers announced that former NFL LB and director of player engagement Parys Haralson suddenly passed away at the age of 37.
“The 49ers are heartbroken and shocked by the news of Parys’ tragic passing. Parys was a beloved member of our organisation that lived life with an extraordinary amount of passion and joy, while leaving an indelible mark on everyone he came across. We extend our condolences to Parys’ family and loved ones.”
The Tennessee Football family is mourning the sudden loss of VFL Parys Haralson, who passed away Monday night at the age of 37.
Haralson was a two-time captain for the Vols and finished his career 5th in program history with 21 sacks.
Jennifer Long- I just lost my best friend in the entire world, Parys Haralson. Leaving his house today and seeing Smalls without him broke me. I wish I would have known just an hour after we talked he would be gone.
I know every article that comes out is going to just talk about how he played in the NFL, but he was SO much more than just that.
He was the BEST story teller, smart, funny, ambitious, caring, neat, loving, kind, a huge animal lover and an amazing son to his best friend, his mum. I wish everyone could’ve felt the love he gave me because it was unreal. He was my SuppaP, my biggest supporter, and I will miss him forever, everyday.”
May his gentle soul rest in peace!