Demaryius Thomas died from seizure disorder complications

Source: 9 NEWS

DENVER — An autopsy report shows former Denver Broncos standout receiver Demaryius Thomas died from complications related to a seizure disorder.
The manner of death remains undetermined, according to the report form the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office.
Thomas was found dead on December 9, 2021 in the shower of his Roswell, Ga. home. The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office in Atlanta, Ga., performed an autopsy on Thomas the next day. The medical examiner released a statement at the time saying it had conducted laboratory studies and microscopic examination of tissue slides on Thomas, who was 16 days shy of his 34th birthday when he died.
It is unknown whether Thomas’s seizure disorder was a result of natural causes or head impacts incurred during his NFL career. It was recently revealed that he had Stage Two CTE.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner stated said it was the opinion of a Boston University doctor (Chris Nowinski) that regarding Demaryius Thomas "there is not a direct relationship between (CTE) and the development of the seizure disorder.''
The autopsy report said Thomas was found dead in his shower with the water running but his face, mouth and nose were not submerged. The report added he was 6-foot-4, 231 pounds "has a muscular build, well developed and well nourished." His blood tested positive for nicotine and marijuana, according to the report, with neither mentioned as a contributing factor to his death.

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