Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson has kicked the bucket at 26 years old, the group affirmed on Wednesday. The Ravens didn't give a reason for death.

"We are significantly disheartened by the heartbreaking passing of Jaylon Ferguson," the group said in an explanation. "He was a sort, conscious young fellow with a major grin and irresistible character. We express our genuine sympathies to Jaylon's loved ones as we grieve a daily existence lost far too early."

At around 11:25 p.m. Tuesday, Baltimore Police said officials answered a home in the northern locale of the city, where they found Ferguson lethargic and being treated by doctors. Ferguson never recovered awareness and was articulated dead on the scene by doctors, as indicated by police.

Baltimore Police said there were no indications of injury found or treachery thought as of now. Ferguson's body was shipped to the clinical inspector's office, where a reason for death was not entirely set in stone.

Ferguson, a third-round pick by the Ravens in 2019, had taken part in all of the group's offseason rehearses this year. It created the impression that he had endeavored to be in the best state of his vocation, dropping a lot of weight.

Known as "Sack Daddy" emerging from Louisiana Tech, Ferguson holds the FBS record for vocation sacks with 45. In three NFL seasons, he added up to 67 handles and 4.5 sacks.

"The LA Tech Family grieves earlier today's grievous insight about the unexpected demise of previous Bulldog perfect, Jaylon Ferguson," the Louisiana Tech football crew tweeted. "We will recall his undeniable abilities on the field and his irresistible character off of it. Our contemplations and petitions to God are with his loved ones."

Ferguson had three children, two daughters and a son, who are all under the age of 5.

Ferguson invested the vast majority of his energy during the 2019 draft, in which he was the 85th player chosen, helping his old neighborhood of Ruston, Louisiana, recuperate from a dangerous cyclone.

"He was a magnificent young fellow brimming with affection and life," Ferguson's representative, Safarrah Lawson, said in a proclamation. "He will be recalled as a football player, yet as an extraordinary dad, child, sibling, and companion. The family requests your proceeded with supplications."