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Former Titans Star Of ‘Music City Miracle’ Dies At 52

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Former Tennessee Titans tight end Frank Wycheck, known for the “Music City Miracle,” passed away at 52.

He sustained a fatal fall at his home in Chattanooga. Wycheck had a successful NFL career, making it to the Pro Bowl three times and retiring in 2004 due to concussions.

He pledged to donate his brain for CTE research. His family plans to support ongoing TBI and CTE research. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

Wycheck is survived by two daughters and three grandchildren.

Tributes poured in from the Titans and former teammates.

“The Tennessee Titans mourn the loss of a beloved member of our Titans family, Frank Wycheck,” the team said in a post to X.

Rich Gannon, a former NFL quarterback, said, “Saddened to hear of the passing of my friend and former teammate Frank Wycheck. Great man gone way too soon! RIP brother.”

Funeral arrangements are pending, and the family has requested privacy during this time.

“The Wycheck family appreciates the love and support they’ve received, but asks the public to please respect their privacy during this difficult time,” wrote the family in a statement.

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