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    Post Former New England Patriots lineman Kenyatta Jones dies from cardiac arrest aged 39

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    Former NFL offensive lineman Kenyatta Jones has died. He was 39.

    His mother, Jessica-Hadley-Brown, told the Tampa Bay Times that her son died from cardiac arrest on Saturday in Colorado.

    Jones was a fourth-round selection by the New England Patriots in 2001, a season that ended with the Patriots defeating the St Louis Rams in the Super Bowl.
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    Such a tragedy. You would think if you started 11 games in the beginning of your career you would be on to a solid trajectory to have a lengthy career. He never even played in that many games in the rest of his career. Way to early to die. RIP!

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    sucks. This is going to be another great year for the pats. The football gods took this man as a sacrifice. Just like they took Terry Glenn last year.
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    Way to soon to die! RIP!
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