It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Adrian Dingle, a beloved American football player who graduated from Clemons University. Adrian was 45 years old when he passed away
How did Andrian dingle died ?
Adrian Kennell Dingle played defensive tackle for the Chargers from 2000 to 2005. He was born on June 25, 1977, in Holly Hill, South Carolina, and attended Roberts High School before playing college football at Clemson University. As a senior at Clemson, Dingle set a new school record with 10.5 sacks. He returned to Holly Hill after his NFL career ended and died there on November 8, 2022, at the age of 45.
What was his cause of death ?
American football player Adrian Dingle. A graduate of Clemons University, Adrian was a talented athlete who made a name for himself as a wide receiver. He was born and raised in Holly Hill, Florida, and he always had a passion for football. Adrian’s family has not revealed the cause of death, but we extend our deepest sympathies to them during this difficult time. We will continue to try to reach out to the family in hopes of learning more about what happened. Thank you for your understanding.
Adrian dingle career
From 2000 through 2005, Dingle was a five-year member of the San Diego Chargers. His injuries forced him to sit out the whole 1999 season after being selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Dingle made 37 tackles and six sacks in 2003 while starting 15 of the 16 games he played in. With 78 tackles, 14.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 interception, and 78 tackles overall, he had a successful career. Dingle attended Holly Hill’s Roberts High School.
Then he went to Clemson University, where in his final year he set a record for most sacks in a single season with 10.5 total. His 45 tackles for loss place him sixth all-time, and his 23 sacks are third most in school history. Vontrelle Dingle, a former defensive end for the Dallas Cowboys, was Dingle’s cousin.
Tribute pour to andrian kennell death
American footballer Andrian Kennell had passed away at the age of just 45. A tribute pour quickly began on social media, with fans and friends sharing their memories of the young player
Rest Easy my brother Adrian Dingle🙏🏾❤️🕊️. Your smile was infectious and your drive to be the best at your craft was amazing💯! Looks are deceiving! Never assume someone is alright because of their success, looks, material possessions etc. Check up on your peeps💯! We all need somebody💯! #mentalhealth #NFLPA #NFL Athletes for Hope
It was a pleasure to share the field with my bro while being teammates with Los Angeles Chargers. Prayers up for your family🙏🏾❤️.
This One Really Hit Home It’s So Unreal I Just Saw You Man Adrian Dingle I Can’t Stop Thinking Bout You Cuz Like I’m Just So Hurt It Will Never Be The Same Here Or In Holly Hill I’m Going To Miss That Big Hug You Use To Always Give Me When You Saw Me R.I.P Cousin I Love You And Going To Miss You 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
Sitting here lost for words… Adrian Dingle was a real one. Every time we interacted he always had a great attitude great personality. Just a caring and giving person.Also Funny As Hell… Said Whatever came to his mind… He also spoke truth. He would help you if he could with anything. Although we did not see each other often whenever we did it was instant brotherhood. You help my youth teams travel and you help me push through some tough times in my life And we always had real conversations. I will always love you for that bro. You will truly be missed. My heart goes out to the Dingle family..
I just got the news today about my friend and classmate Adrian Dingle passed away. This truly breaks my heart. I remember everyday in 10th-12th grade English he would pull my hair to make me mad or because he was bored of watching Macbeth….I am praying for your family and thank you for taking our small town class clown all the way to California. You made us proud. RIP my friend