Who is Parys Haralson? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Cause of Death

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Parys Haralson Wiki – Parys Haralson Biography

Parys Sharron Haralson was a professional football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL). He was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the fifth round (140 total) in the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football for the Tennessee Volunteers as a defensive end.

At the University of Tennessee in 2002, he played in thirteen games for the Volunteers as a backup defensive end. He had 25 tackles (14 alone), a 15-yard sack and two saves for 20-yard losses. He also had pressure as a quarterback. He was selected All-SEC Freshman by the Knoxville News Sentinel. He earned first-year Academic Honor Roll recognition from the SEC.

In 2003, he moved into the starting lineup as a left defensive end in Game 4 of the season against South Carolina. He finished with 44 tackles (30 alone). He tied for the team lead with 4.5 sacks and had 14.5 stops for 62-yard losses. He recovered a fumble and did ten quarterback pressures. He also deflected a pass.

In 2004, he started twelve games as a left defensive end, coming off the bench against Georgia. He was a second-team pick from the All-Southeastern Conference. He was the captain of the team. He recorded 43 tackles (34 solo) and ranked second in the conference with seven sacks and 13.5 stops for 53-yard losses. He tied the school season record with 21 quarterback pressures. He caused and recovered two fumbles, returning an 18-yard fumbles for a touchdown.

In 2005, Haralson started the entire year as a left defensive end. He was a second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection by the Associated Press. He recorded 45 tackles (33 solos). He led the team and ranked fourth in the conference with 8.5 sacks. He finished third in the Southeastern Conference with 16.5 stops for 78-yard losses, the eighth-best season total in school history. He was credited with twelve quarterback pressures. He recovered two fumbles and returned a 17-yard fumbles. He had three forced fumbles and deflected a pass.

Parys Haralson Age

Parys Sharron Haralson was 37 years old.

Parys Haralson Cause of Death

Parys Haralson, who was a “beloved” member of the San Francisco 49ers and later the New Orleans Saints, died Monday at age 37, the team confirmed in separate statements. Parys was a beloved member of our organization who lived life with an extraordinary amount of passion and joy, as he left an indelible mark on everyone he came across,” the 49ers said. “We extend our condolences to the family and loved ones of Parys.”

The cause of his death has not yet been revealed. “Haralson possessed an unforgettable smile, an optimistic demeanor and was deeply respected by both his teammates and the coaching staff for his combination of dependability, leadership and professionalism,” the Saints said.

“The thoughts and prayers of the organization are with the Haralson family,” said the franchise. Haralson’s cause of death was not made public. Online, former teammates of Haralson paid tribute to him, and many recalled his smile and calm demeanor.

“Parys Haralson was one of the best guys in the locker room for many years,” said former 49ers player Adam Snyder. “He made everyone around him smile. We had some tough years and he was always a guy I looked forward to. This hurts. I miss you already P Town.”

Ryan Sakamoto, another of Haralson’s former teammates on the 49ers, said he would miss how his friend used to make him laugh.

“My good friend and former 49ers OLB, Parys Haralson, passed away,” Sakamoto wrote. “I literally just spoke to him not long ago. Parys, I will miss our talks and your unwavering support. You always made me laugh and put a smile on my face while putting others first. God wins an angel. RIP. After ending his playing career, Haralson served as the 49ers’ director of player engagement for two seasons, according to NFL.com.

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