Former Buffalo Bills’ player OJ Simpson dies






Simpson’s lawyer established to TMZ he died Wednesday night in Las Vegas.

A message posted Thursday on Simpson’s professional X account — previously Twitter — said he died after struggling with cancer.

“He used to be surrounded with the aid of his teens and grandchildren,” the statement said.

Simpson was once drafted by using the Buffalo Bills in the AFL-NFL Common Draft in 1969. He completed his career with 11,236 dashing yards, 2,142 receiving yards and 990 kick return yards, and made six pro-bowl teams, according to the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame.

He broke Jim Brown’s single-season dashing document in 1973 with 2,003 yards. He played with the Bills until 1977 and was traded to San Francisco in 1978.

On April 10th, our father, Orenthal James Simpson, succumbed to his war with cancer.

He used to be surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

Simpson earned fame, fortune and adulation through football and exhibit business, however his legacy was once perpetually changed with the aid of the June 1994 knife slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her buddy Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles. 


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