Cardinals Cornerback Jeff Gladney Is Lifeless
Jeff Gladney, a former first-round draft pick out of the Vikings who signed a two-year contract with the Cardinals in March, reportedly died on Monday on the age of 25.
He reportedly died from headaches from a automobile crash. Prayers are up for his friends and family.
Again in February, Jeff celebrated his son’s first birthday on Instagram. “Satisfied 1st birthday to the lil man who got here in and altered my lifestyles. From the primary time i laid eyes on you I’ve been in love. You wouldn’t know how the considered you has gotten me via a lot of my darkest days.”
He persisted, “Even supposing now we have many many extra birthdays and recollections to return this one is particular. Daddy were given you 4L my lil spoiled guy
Satisfied Cake Day Kingston Gee Gladney.”
Gladney was once drafted by way of the Minnesota Vikings within the first around with the thirty first general pick out within the 2020 NFL Draft.
Heading into his first coaching camp, Gladney was once competing for a beginning task in opposition to Mike Hughes, Holton Hill, and fellow rookie Cameron Dantzler. Gladney was once named the fourth cornerback in the back of Dantzler, Hughes, and Hill to start the season.
In Week 6 in opposition to the Atlanta Falcons, Gladney compelled his first fumble on operating again Brian Hill which was once recovered by way of the Vikings all the way through the 40–23 loss. General, Gladney completed the 2020 season with 81 general tackles, 3 passes defensed, and one compelled fumble.
He was once launched on August 3, 2021 after his indictment for home violence. On March 16, 2022, Gladney signed with the Arizona Cardinals.