One Year After His Brother Committed Suicide, George Atkinson (Former NFl Player) Dies Aged 27
George Atkinson III was originally a running back of Oakland Raiders and died at the age of 27. He died alone after his twin brother Josh Atkinson committed suicide.
George is the son of Super Bowl Champion George Atkinson II and also played for Cleveland Browns.
According to information from various sources, athlete Pete Sampson tweeted about his death news on late Monday evening, but in his tweet the cause of death was not reported.
After twin brother Josh committed suicide last year, George and Josh both played football in Notre Dame Fighting Irish and performed well on land.
A source close to Josh reportedly reported that Josh was depressed after her mother died of a complication of Crohn’s disease. It is also known that she was diagnosed with schizophrenia.
In a letter issued by the media house in October, George went into his difficulties and tried to complain about the loss of his mother and twin brothers.
“How to turn my loss into a lesson” was the title in a letter George wrote that his brother was guilty of his mother’s death.
George reported that he had been admitted to the psychiatric ward following self-injury following the death of his brother.
“It’s the moment when I feel I’ve lost everything, it’s the moment I can not explain, I never ask you to feel his pain or pain,” he said.
He said that his 2-year-old daughter was motivated, influenced and motivated to live.
“I always knew that I had to find a plan to be your role model,” he wrote.
“If I do not have a daughter, I do not know where I am now, it has motivated me for the second time,” he added.
His family and friends lamented his death, but no one told us about the exact cause of death.