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Former Panther Quarterback Jeff Lewis Passes Away

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Link: http://www.nauathlet.../releases/lewis

Northern Arizona University assistant football coach Jeff Lewis, a former Lumberjack quarterback who is member of the NAU's Athletics Hall of Fame, died Saturday in Phoenix.

Lewis had a standout career as quarterback for the Lumberjacks from 1991-95, and was inducted in the NAU Hall of Fame in 2003. He played in the NFL for the Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints from 1996-2002 after being a fourth-round selection of the Broncos in the 1996 Draft. He was part of two Super Bowl teams during his career, including the Broncos' Super Bowl XXXII championship team.

RIP Jeff

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Wow. Remember this guy from the Seifert era and Beurlein controversy. Too young to die.

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Wow, he was young

Wonder what from

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Wow RIP

I still remember when he and Seifert were supposed to lead us to the promise land

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Dang hate to hear it.

rip

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Holy crap, that's a shock.

Terrible news.

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39.

That usually points to something unnatural

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