Rashard T. Anderson is known to be a professional American National Football League cornerback who has been reported dead at the time. Rashard was an American football player who was known to have played for two seconds in the National Football League. He was known to have played for the Carolina Panthers from the year 2000 to the year 2001. Rashard who was born on June 14, 1977, in Forest Mississippi in the United States was known to have died on July 13, 2022.
As a professional American footballer, he commenced his career by making his National Football League first appearance in the year September 3, 2000, with the Panthers when he was the age of 23 at the time. At the time of his first gameplay, they recorded a loss of 20-17 against the Washington Redskins. In his debut season, he made an appearance number of 12 games in total for that particular season. The 2001 season in particular ended with him recording several 47 tackles at the time.
What Happened to Rashard Anderson? How Did he Die?
Anderson, who was only 45 years old, died of prostate cancer. At age 45, Rashard Anderson, a former cornerback for the Carolina Panthers and Jackson State University, passed away. Jackson state Vice president declared in a statement that ;
“Today is a sad day for the JSU family,” “Rashard was one of the best players in the history of our football program and an outstanding person … Rashard will always be remembered by Jackson State University, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.”