CAUSE OF DEATH: Covid vaccine? Ex-NFL player, Stanley Wilson, dead at 40 after collapsing in mental hospital KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Wednesday, February 15, 2023

CAUSE OF DEATH: Covid vaccine? Ex-NFL player, Stanley Wilson, dead at 40 after collapsing in mental hospital

Ex-NFL player Stanley Wilson dead at 40 after collapsing in mental hospital.

After his NFL career had concluded, Wilson found himself in trouble with the law multiple times.

In 2016, he was charged with attempted burglary after he was shot in the abdomen after he allegedly attempted to break into a home in Portland while completely nude. Months later, in 2017, he was arrested after he was accused of walking around a Portland neighborhood while naked. He was arrested a third time in 2017 after another alleged attempted break-in.

In August, he was arrested once again for allegedly breaking into a home and then taking a bath in an outdoor fountain after ransacking the place.

Wilson Jr. played in 32 games in his pro football career, logging eight pass breakups, a forced fumble and 87 total tackles.

Stanley Wilson Jr. -- a former Detroit Lions cornerback and the son of ex-Bengals running back Stanley Wilson Sr. -- has died after collapsing at a mental hospital earlier this month ... TMZ Sports has learned.

Wilson Jr. had been in police custody following his vandalism arrest back in August ... but according to prosecutors, he was declared incompetent to stand trial and was transferred from county jail to the Metropolitan State Hospital in Los Angeles County on Feb. 1.

In 2016, Wilson was shot by a homeowner while attempting to break into a Portland residence naked. He was also arrested for that incident.

The following year, he conducted another break-in while naked, and was again taken into custody.

Throughout his career, Wilson played 32 games, starting nine, recording one forced fumble, 89 tackles - 64 of those solo.

Prior to being drafted by the Lions, Wilson was a college star at Stanford. He enrolled at the prestigious Northern California school in 2000 and played for the Cardinal football team between 2001-04.

He was the son of ex-Cincinnati Bengals running back Stanley Wilson Sr., who played for the Ohio franchise intermittently in 1983-84, 1986 and 1988. 

Wilson Sr. was infamously caught high on cocaine on the eve of 1989's Super Bowl XXIII by Bengals position coach Jim Anderson. 

He was suspended for the game, in which Cincinnati ultimately lost, and never played in the league again. 

Previously, he was suspended for the entirety of the 1985 and 1987 seasons after violating the NFL's drug policy. 

As a result, Wilson Sr.'s Super Bowl indiscretion meant he was banned for life since it was his third drug offense. In 1999, he was sentenced to 22 years in prison for stealing from a Beverly Hills home. But, law enforcement sources tell us during intake at the medical facility -- which specializes in caring for those with mental health issues -- he collapsed and died.

Our sources say foul play is not suspected. Autopsy results are pending toxicology.

Wilson Jr. was just 40 years old. His alleged outdoor bath was said to have caused $5,000 in damage, and Wilson was arrested on both occasions.

After residing in county jail, Wilson was ruled not fit to stand trial and as such was moved to the mental facility on February 1.

Wilson was taken in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Lions, playing just three seasons.

He suffered a career-ending Achilles tear in 2008 against New England in an exhibition game, prior to the regular season's commencement.

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