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Steelers Players, Football World React to Dwayne Haskins’ Death



Dwayne Haskins

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Dwayne Haskins, died Saturday morning in a car crash. Reactions across the league came about due to the tragic death, including Steeler players, former Steelers, Ohio State Buckeyes players, Pitt players and more. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin released a statement on Haskins death, saying he was “devastated and at a loss for words.”

Haskins former team, the Washington Commanders, who drafted him No. 15 in the 2019 draft, released a statement.

NFL Players Association

Ohio State football

Ohio State head coach Ryan Day

Urban Meyer, who was Haskins’ head coach at Ohio State, also tweeted a heartfelt message after learning of the news.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker TJ Watt

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph

Steelers free agent cornerback Terrell Edmunds.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson

Pittsburgh Steelers guard Kevin Dotson.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Marcus Allen

A quarterback coach alluding to plans for work out with Haskins.

Steelers free agent tight end Eric Ebron

Steelers free agent cornerback Joe Haden

Charlotte Heyward, wife of Steelers defensive lineman Cam Hayward

Retired former Steelers backup quarterback Bruce Gradkowski

Retired Steelers defensive end Brett Kiesel

Retired former Steelers offensive lineman Willie Colon

Former Steelers and current Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh Dobbs.

Former Steelers and current San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Ray Ray McCloud

Former Steelers and current Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner

Las Vegas Raiders Defensive End Maxx Crosby

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray

Green Bay Packers guard Elgton Jenkins

Kansas City Chiefs safety Deon Bush

Detroit Lions cornerback Jerry Jacobs

Liberty quarterback and potential Steelers first round pick Malik Willis

Pitt quarterback and potential Steelers first round pick Kenny Pickett

Pitt defensive lineman Tyler Bentley

Former Pitt defensive lineman Keystone Camp

Former Pitt wide receiver Aaron Mathews

Former Pitt running back Todd Sibley

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