When answers emerged this week, the discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease connected to repeated head trauma, in Finnerty’s brain did not shock Fowler.
Authorities say his condition may have been exacerbated by a brain disease that has been found in a number of ex-football players.
An autopsy shows a former Division II college football star who disappeared in the Michigan wilderness during a late-evening fishing trip died of pneumonia caused by inhaling his own vomit.
The wife of Cullen Finnerty, one of the winningest quarterbacks in college football history, said it wasn’t the first time her husband had a “paranoid” episode.
Relatives, ex-teammates and coaches remembered Cullen Finnerty during a funeral Tuesday for the former Grand Valley State University star quarterback whose body was discovered last month in woods in western Michigan.
A funeral service is planned in Michigan for one of the most successful quarterbacks in college football history.
Plans for a funeral service for a former national championship-winning quarterback have been changed.
It may be next week at the earliest before authorities learn more about what caused the death of a former star college quarterback in the woods of western Michigan.
A service is planned for a Michigan man who played Division II football and was one of the most successful quarterbacks in college history.
A three-day search for one of the winningest college quarterbacks ever ended in a remote wooded area in Michigan, where authorities found his body and were left with a mystery of how he died.