NFL QB Ryan Mallett Dies At 35.

During his career with the Razorbacks, Ryan Mallett broke every significant program passing record. What an amazing achievement.

Ryan Mallett Cause Of Death

Ryan Mallett, a former quarterback for Arkansas and Michigan, passed away on Tuesday. Mallett, 35, drowned at a beach in Destin, Florida, and was later declared dead upon arrival at a nearby hospital.

First responders were called to the beach at around 2:00 p.m. ET after reports that some persons were having difficulty returning to the shore near the sandbar, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. Mallett was unconscious when he was returned to the shore.

In a social media post, the Patriots organization expressed its sympathy.

“The New England Patriots are deeply saddened to learn of the sudden and unexpected passing of former quarterback Ryan Mallett,” the post read. “Our thoughts are with the Mallett family, his former teammates and all who are mourning his loss.”

The Patriots

Mallett started his professional career at Michigan before transferring to Arkansas following his first year. With 3,624 passing yards and 30 touchdowns in 2009, he became a star for the Razorbacks. In addition to beating East Carolina in the Liberty Bowl, he guided the Hogs to an 8-5 overall record.

Mallett improved much more the next year. He helped Arkansas to a 10-3 record, a spot in the Sugar Bowl, and a No. 12 ranking in the final AP Top 25 while throwing for 3,869 yards and 32 touchdowns. He received second-team All-SEC recognition for the second consecutive season because to his efforts. During his time as the Razorbacks’ starting quarterback, Mallett nearly smashed every passing program record.

Mallett was chosen by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Later, he played with the Patriots (2011–13), Houston Texans (2014–15), and Baltimore Ravens (2015–17) for seven seasons in the NFL.

Ryan Mallett Net Worth

Ryan has a net worth of $4 million, according to the Celebrity Net Worth webpage. Ryan gained widespread notoriety after the New England Patriots selected him in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He was the third-string quarterback for the team, behind Brian Hoyer and Tom Brady.

Ryan joined the Baltimore Ravens and replaced Joe Flacco as the team’s backup quarterback. Ryan has been a star athlete since his days at Texarkana High School, yet his time in the NFL is what most people remember him for.

We are still shaken by this news. Ryan will be missed. –

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