BREAKING: NFL Player Found DEAD In Strange Location- Here’s The Details

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Former NFL player James Hardy III

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Former NFL player James Hardy III has been found dead floating in an Indiana river more than a week after his family reported him missing. Hardy was 31 years old.

Hardy’s body was found in a log jam at the Maumee River in Fort Wayne after a City water filtration plant employee spotted a dead body and called police.

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Authorities say that his body could have have been in the water for several days.

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Police have launched an investigation into the death. Hardy’s mother reported the football player missing on May 30, authorities said.

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Hardy, an Indiana native who played football for Indiana University, played in the NFL from 2008 through 2013. He was drafted in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills, played with the team for two years, then was signed to a contract by the Baltimore Ravens. Hamstring problems limited his practice time, and he was released that same year.

At that point his NFL career was over. And that’s when he got in trouble with the law.

In 2014 he was arrested on felony charges after attacking three police officers who were called to his home in Los Angeles regarding a dispute. A judge ruled Hardy was unfit for trial, and he was placed in a mental facility.

The Buffalo Bills tweeted, “We are saddened to learn of the passing of James Hardy today. We send our condolences to the Hardy family as they deal with this tragic loss.”

The cause of death has not been determined, according to Allen County Coroner’s Office investigator Rebecca Stuttle.

Bummer.

We send our condolences to his family.

 

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