The son of Ray Lewis, the former NFL player for the Baltimore Ravens, had tragically died on June 15 of this year, at the age of 28. Just after a month or so, a tabloid news organisation got the autopsy report of the untimely death, in which it was revealed that Ray Lewis III had passed away due to a lethal mix of drugs.

Notably, the police had found the body of Ray Lewis’ son in an unresponsive state last month at a Florida residence, after responding to a call for a medical emergency. A friend of the 28-year-old man, who was there, had administered CPR and Narcan on him, but to no avail.

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In the autopsy report obtained by TMZ Sports, the medical examiner’s documents were available, in which officials said that the cause of death for the son of the 48-year-old was fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine intoxication, ruling it as accidental. Furthermore, the toxicology report stated that Ray Lewis III also had alcohol and alprazolam, in his system, at the time of his passing.

As one of the six kids of Ray Lewis, he had a career as a collegiate footballer at the University of Miami, the alma mater of his father. He also transferred to Coastal Carolina University and Virginia Union later on. Furthermore, the 28-year-old competed as a footballer, and a track and field star, during his days at Lake Mary High School in Florida.

At the funeral of Ray Lewis III, the father gave an emotional speech in remembrance of his son, which resonated with everyone in attendance. He was quoted as saying, “We will see you again. 28 years, watching my first-born child… the referees thought I was crazy running up and down the sideline. Everybody that’s here in this room today for my son, from the deepest corners of my family’s heart, thank you.”