Published: Sat, July 06, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Former Giants Quarterback Dies at 38

Former Giants Quarterback Dies at 38

Lorenzen who passed away Wednesday at 38 after being hospitalized since Sunday with an infection, kidney and heart issues, did grow up to become Mumme's.

Lorenzen served as a back up quarterback for the Giants from 2006-2008, serving as Eli Manning's deputy in their upset win over the New England Patriots.

Lorenzen's career statistics featured 862 completions in 1,514 pass attempts (56.9 percent) for 10,354 yards and 78 touchdowns.

In a statement to Kentucky Sports Radio, Jared's mother Janet Hermes said that he was not lovely from last few days and he died Wednesday after being hospitalized.

In 2017, he launched The Jared Lorenzen Project as he looked to publicize his battle with obesity and help inspire others.

The New York Daily News reported recently his weight had ballooned to beyond 500 lbs. He led United Kingdom to a 7-5 record in 2002 as he threw for 2,267 yards and 24 touchdowns with only five interceptions. I will always remember his competitive spirit and his good nature.

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"We are deeply saddened to exclaim the passing of Jared this day", the household of the dilapidated Fresh York Giants backup stated in an announcement Wednesday. From there, Lorenzen made a career playing indoor football and eventually retired a few years ago.

According to a post on the company's Twitter, the sales from July will go into a fund for Jared's family. "Jared has left us all way too soon". He claimed, about a year after he started, to have lost almost 100 pounds. "We offer our support and condolences to them, as well as all of Jared's family and friends".

Lorenzen was a starter for most of his four seasons at Kentucky, traditionally one of the lesser football programs in the rugged Southeastern Conference.

"Jared was a special person, and a beloved Giant", the National Football League organization wrote alongside an action shot of the athlete.

"Jared was a great teammate and friend", Manning said in a statement. He leaves behind two children.

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