Ryan Mallett, former Arkansas star and NFL QB, dies at 35

Ryan Mallett, former Arkansas star and NFL QB, dies at 35

By Nicole Auerbach, Bruce Feldman and Jeff Zrebiec
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Mallett died on Tuesday in Florida, according to the school district where he coached high school football. He was 35 years old.
A Michigan source confirmed to The Athletic that Mallett had drowned in Florida.
Mallett, who began his collegiate career at Michigan, is best known for his years at Arkansas, where he set more than a dozen records and revitalized the program. He holds Arkansas’ school record for single-season passing yards (3,869) and touchdowns (32). Many around the program consider him the best…

Full Story »


Leave a Comment

More in News

Why Do Quarterbacks Have A Pouch

Why Do Quarterbacks Have A Pouch?

When tuning into a football game, especially in colder climates, ...

49ers lose Samuel, McCaffrey in loss to Browns

49ers stars Deebo Samuel and Christian McCaffrey went down with ...

Browns show blueprint to defeat talented 49ers, handing them first loss

The underdog Cleveland Browns used a relentless defense to limit ...

Trending on Gridiron Chronicle