Parys Haralson, a former linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers, has handed away. He was 37.

In a press release from the NFC workforce, information of Haralson’s loss of life was confirmed on Monday (September 13).

​​”Parys was a beloved member of our group that lived life with a unprecedented quantity of ardour and pleasure, whereas leaving an indelible mark on everybody he got here throughout,” the 49ers said. “We prolong our condolences to Parys’ household and family members.”

The reason for Haralson’s loss of life has not but been launched.

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Haralson was drafted by San Francisco within the 2006 NFL Draft and went on to play six seasons with the workforce. He was traded to the New Orleans Saints in 2013 and performed his remaining sport a yr later.

“Haralson possessed an unforgettable smile, upbeat perspective and was deeply revered by teammates and the teaching workers alike for his mixture of dependability, management, and professionalism,” the Saints said in a statement. “The group’s ideas and prayers exit to the Haralson household.”

After his taking part in profession, Haralson served as the 49ers’ director of player engagement for 2 seasons.

Adam Snyder, a former teammate and participant for the 49ers, remembered Haralson as a fantastic man.

“Parys Haralson was one of many best dudes within the locker room for a few years,” Snyder wrote on Twitter. “He made everybody round him smile. We had some powerful years and he was all the time a man I regarded ahead to seeing. This hurts. Miss you already P City.”

Ryan Sakamoto, one other one among Haralson’s Niners teammates, described him as somebody who would make him giggle.

“My good good friend and former 49ers OLB Parys Haralson handed away,” Sakamoto wrote on Twitter. “I actually simply spoke to him not too way back. Parys, I will miss our talks and your unwavering help. You all the time made me giggle and put a smile on my face whereas placing others first. God positive factors an angel. RIP.”