Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair’s death was “the result of a heatstroke he suffered during an organized offseason team workout,” according to a new website created by McNair’s family.
McNair died on June 13 after collapsing at an organized team workout on May 29. The university released details last week from an external review conducted by Walters, Inc., but did not release a cause of death.
Tony Wilson and Martin “Marty” McNair, McNair’s mother and father, launched The Jordan McNair Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to “promote awareness, educate, and advocate for parents and student athletes about heat related illness at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels.”
The foundation is sponsoring multiple programs “aimed at community involvement and engagement,” which include a scholarship fund in McNair’s name.
According to a summary of events released by the university last week, “all players have resumed workouts and official practices will begin Aug. 3.”
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