Kevin Turner, American football player, Died at 46

Paul Kevin Turner was born on June 12, 1969, and died on March 24, 2016.

He was an American professional American football fullback.

Kevin played eight seasons in the National Football League for the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

Along with the Crimson Tide, Kevin Turner was regarded as a strong blocker, supporting running backs Siran Stacy and Bobby Humphrey.

Kevin also sprint for 4.7 yards (4.3 m) per carry and had 95 receptions.

During the third round of the 1992 NFL draft, he was selected by the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL).

He had played for New England for three seasons and then played for five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.

He missed the majority of the 1995 season due to a knee injury.

After returning the following year, he blocked for Ricky Watters, who led the NFL in rushing yards.

He was the winner of the Ed Block Courage Award for his persistence through the injury. He experienced two neck injuries in 1999, which ended his career.

Kevin Turner finished his NFL career with 635 rushing yards (4.0 yards (3.7 m) per carry), 236 receptions for 2,015 yards, and 10 touchdowns.

He and his wife had three children, but their marriage ended in divorce.

Kevins’s son Nolan will play college football for the Clemson Tigers of Clemson University.

Turner filed for bankruptcy, in 2009.

Kevin Turner passed away at 46 yrs old.