Luke Knox, school football linebacker and sibling of Dawson Knox, dead at 22
Florida International University linebacker Luke Knox, the more youthful sibling of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox, died unexpectedly at 22 years old,
A reason for death for Knox was not uncovered. FIU said police didn't smell a rat
"Words can't communicate the genuine distress we feel in light of the death of our colleague and companion Luke Knox," said MacIntyre
Knox kept 11 handles in four seasons with Ole Miss, where he dominatingly played extraordinary groups.
Ole Miss mentor Lane Kiffin gave a sincere message Thursday morning, expressing he is "exceptionally thankful for my own relationship and time enjoyed with Luke."
Bills mentor Sean McDermott tended to Knox's passing at instructional course, and said he awakened to the "disastrous" news.
"Our hearts go out to Dawson and his family during this time and we're here with him supporting him and his family," McDermott said.
Knox, who concentrated on business, showed up in 23 games at Mississippi from 2018 to 2021, preceding joining the Panthers this offseason.
FIU players were recounted Knox's passing late Wednesday, as indicated by USA Today, and the group dropped Thursday's training. Counselors were gotten to meet with the group.