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Drugs Not Involved In Adams Death

According to a report, The State Law Enforcement Division of Greenville, South Carolina found in toxicology tests that no additional factors contributed to the death of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and current Chicago Bears defensive end Gaines Adams. Greenwood County’s chief deputy coroner told Paul Alongi, of The Greenville News . Adams, 26, who died of an enlarged heart on Jan. 17th  spent two plus seasons with the Bucs after being drafted with the fourth overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft. Adams was traded to the Bears for a 2010 second-round draft pick.

The toxicology reports showed no other contributing factors or forgien substances were the cause in Adams’ death. The case is considered closed after toxicology test were negative.

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