SAD NEWS: Just In Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Just Announced Two Top Experienced Star Players Will Not Return Again……

Baltimore – Early on Saturday morning, Maryland State Police reported that Khyree Jackson, a rookie for the Minnesota Vikings, and two other former college football players perished in an automobile accident in Upper Marlboro.

Emergency personnel declared Waldorf resident Jackson, 24, and Upper Marlboro resident Isaiah Hazel, 23, dead at the scene. Upper Marlboro resident Anthony Lytton Jr., 24, was declared dead at the University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center. Jackson played cornerback for two seasons at Alabama before concluding his collegiate career at Oregon in 2023. The Vikings selected him in the fourth round of the 2024 NFL Draft.

The NFL season is scheduled to begin in early September, and Jackson was selected in the late April draft. Only two months separated his passing from the beginning of his team’s inaugural season.

After transferring from Florida State University, Lytton continued his playing career at Penn State University, while Hazel played at the University of Maryland before moving on to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Kevin O’Connell, head coach of the Vikings, stated in a statement, “I am absolutely crushed by this news.” Khyree instilled a contagious energy in our team and facility. His teammates gravitated toward him right away because of his self-assurance and charisma.

In the brief time we had together, it was clear Khyree would become a fantastic professional football player, but even more remarkable was his drive to improve himself for his family and everyone around him. I have no idea what to say. At Upper Marlboro’s Dr. Henry A.

Wise, Jr. High School, all three of the men who passed away were football players. Lytton and Hazel each won three straight titles at the school from 2015 to 2017, and Jackson was a state champion there in 2016.

Troopers were called to a collision on Presidential Parkway and Route 4/Pennsylvania Avenue north of Dower House Road at 3:14 a.m. Police conducted an investigation and discovered that Cori Clingman, 23, of Upper Marlboro, was traveling north on Route 4/Pennsylvania Avenue in a silver Infiniti Q50 when she attempted to change lanes quickly and collided with a silver Chevrolet Impala and a maroon Dodge Charger.

Police think that alcohol played a role. According to a news release from the Maryland State Police, the Dodge spun off the right side of the road and struck several tree stumps. Jackson was in the passenger seat, Lytton was in the back, and Hazel was the driver of the Dodge. According to authorities, Clingman, the driver of the Chevy, and the other two occupants of the Infiniti were unharmed. After the investigation is finished and the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office is consulted, the police stated that charges might be brought. The investigation is being handled by the Crash Team of the Maryland State Police.


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