According to TMZ Sports, Colt Brennan died of an accidental drug overdose, after a toxicology report found the former NFL QB had ingested fentanyl and other dangerous substances prior to his death. Brennan tragically died at the age of 37 in May 2021. The former University of quarterback had been receiving treatment at a drug rehab facility in Southern California when he experienced a medical emergency...
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Now, after completing an autopsy and tox screen, health officials tell us the death was accidental, caused by a lethal concoction of drugs (polydrug), including the dangerous and illicit substance, fentanyl.

In addition to the incredibly powerful opioid, officials also found methamphetamine, amphetamine and ethanol in his system.

It's unclear if any of the drugs were prescribed by doctors ... or if Colt took them on his own.
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University of quarterback, degree in passing (posthumously awarded)
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I’m starting to think Larry does this on purpose. No way is someone this horrible with grammar.
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“It's unclear if any of the drugs were prescribed by doctors ... or if Colt took them on his own. The media is stupid.
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it kills you just as fast weather or not its got a prescription attached to it
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Fentanyl and meth aka a George Floyd.
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Stay off drugs people, it ain't worth it. It only takes 1 time and you could be outta here. Smoke weed or drink you a few beers!!!
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Accidental overdoses don’t happen when Fentanyl is involved unless it’s prescribed.
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I got to see this kid play in person - what football player. What a tragedy.
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Opioid addiction is a worse crisis than COVID, change my mind
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no amount of money can buy sobriety
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Ethanol? Must be from when they make the meth
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It’s probably from drinking alcohol.
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Prescribed METH and FENTY? LOL. no.
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Accidental?
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I thought we all knew this before he was even dead
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Sad story
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I think we all knew the cause of death.
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