Kenny McKinley Was Not Suicidal, Says Coach Josh McDaniels

September 22nd, 2010 - 7:16 pm ICT by GD  

By Ranjan Bhaduri
erDenver, Sep 22, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The wide receiver of Denver Broncos Kenny McKinley is dead but the mystery surrounding his unexpected demise is yet to be resolved. What has made the matter even more complicated is the fact that his coach and the cops investigating the case are making conflicting claims on the player’s mindset and attitude. Coach Josh McDaniels has said that he is sure the player never displayed any suicidal trait. The lifeless body of the 23 year old player was found in his Colorado home a few days back and the sudden death has left everyone shocked. The early investigation has indicated that he died possibly owing to a self inflicted gunshot.

The Denver Broncos coach said in a press conference that the player never did anything that would make anyone believe he had any mental depression or complication. On the contrary, he said that he knew Kenny McKinley to be a person bearing a jovial and jolly nature. The coach recalled that he saw the player alive for the last time at the cafeteria of the National Football League team a few weeks ago. The player however was somewhat upset with his prolong knee injury which made the team put him on the list of injured reserve. He underwent a knee surgery 4 weeks back.

According to a report, Kenny McKinley flew to South Carolina a few days back for seeing his son and also brought him back to Denver with him. His dead body was found by two friends of his who were also looking after his young son. They called the cops after the chocking discovery.

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