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Fred Dean Cause of Death: How Did the Hall of Famer Die? Facts To Know About

Fred Dean Cause of Death: How Did the Hall of Famer Die? Facts To Know About

Fred Dean is a hall of Famer who passed away on October 14, 2020, following a Coronavirus infection. The star was 68 at the time of his death and is remembered as one of the most important players for the San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers.

Dean was a legendary player who established himself with two different teams but left a huge impact on the San Francisco 49ers team from 1981 to 1985. He is also a two-time SuperBowl winner and 4-time pro-bowl winner.  

Name Fred Dean
Birthday February 24
Age 68 (at the time of death)
Gender Male
Height 6 Feet 3 inches (1.91 m)
Nationality American
Profession Footballer in the NFL
Net Worth $1 million to $5 million
Wife Pam

10 Facts About Fred Dean

  1. Fred Dean was 68 years old at the time of his death on 14 October 2020, he had the Coronavirus.
  2. The cause of his death was complications caused by the virus. 
  3. Dean was survived by his wife Pam and his family. His family has also published a statement after his death on which they have expressed their grief and tragedy. 
  4. The CEO of the Pro Football Hall of Fame David Baker also released a statement expressing the loss of the whole Hall of Fame. 
  5. There is no information about his net worth in the media but some sources have claimed that he is worth between $1 million to $5 million. 
  6. Regarding his career, he started his professional football career in 1975 and has achieved almost all individual and team accolades during his 10-year career. 
  7. He was drafted into the San Diego Chargers in 1975. He was a 2nd round and 33rd overall pick. 
  8. The star won his first Superbowl in 1981 with San Diego and then his second a final win was with the San Francisco 49ers in 1984. 
  9. In addition to this, he is also a 4-time Pro-Bowl winner and has also made the All-pro team 2 times. 
  10. He has also been inducted into the hall of fame by the San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame. 

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