Matt Ulrich : CTE + A Gun May Have Caused His Death!

Super Bowl champion Matt Ulrich likely suffered from CTE, and his death may have been from a self-inflicted gun shot!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Matt Ulrich : People Claim Vaccine Caused His Death!

Right after news broke that Matt Ulrich died suddenly at just 41 years of age, some people immediately suggested that COVID-19 vaccines caused the death of the former Super Bowl champion!

RHollister : Super Bowl champ Matt Ulrich dead at 41 / poison vaccine strikes again 💯💯💯💯

Truth DetectorEX-NFL PLAYER DIES SUDDENLY AT 41

💉💉💉Praying for everyone who took (or was forced to take) an experimental mRNA jab that damages the heart.

#DiedSuddenly #Clotshot #Myocarditis #Stroke

George Silver Hawk : Fully #Vaccinated and twice #Boosted Super Bowl champ #MattUlrich dead at 41 !!!

Another victim on #TheJab… #CovidVaccine #mRNA #Myocarditis #mRNAVaccines #Fauci ???

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Matt Ulrich : CTE + A Gun May Have Caused His Death!

Sadly, anti-vaccine activists now automatically blame all sudden deaths on the COVID-19 vaccine, especially if the actual cause of death has not been revealed.

In many cases, the actual cause of death is later revealed to be something else altogether, like these examples:

Will these anti-vaccination activists apologise for lying to you? Nope! They will just move on to the next death or tragedy…

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Which brings us to Matt Ulrich. Born Matthew James Ulrich on 30 December 1981, he was a former offensive guard for the Indianapolis Colts, who retired in 2007 after playing two seasons with them.

Matt Ulrich’s Cause Of Death Is Still Unknown

On Wednesday, 8 November 2023, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay revealed on X (formerly Twitter) that Matt Ulrich had died:

I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of Matt Ulrich. Matt was with us only two seasons, but left his mark on many. Great guy, I hear he was a great dad—and he was a Super Bowl champ. My prayers to his family. 🙏

Matt Ulrich was 41 years old when he died, and survived by his wife, Alison Ulrich, and their four sons – Gunther, Dalton, Bowden, and Thoreau. Alison – Matt Ulrich’s widow, later posted a tribute to her husband:

As many of you know, one of a kind Matt has passed away and is in a better place.

Matt, we love you so much. You are profoundly missed. We all want you back for just one more day. One more hug. One more kiss. One more laugh. One more joke. One more wrestle with the boys. It seems impossible to do this life without you. 

Please pray for peace and comfort for the boys. They have lost their greatest fan, coach and friend.

I don’t have details on a service yet but will post here when I do. Thank you to everyone for reaching out and offering help. We appreciate it and are surrounded in love.

Neither Jim Irsay, not Alison Ulrich, revealed how Matt Ulrich died. So, we do NOT know Matt Ulrich’s cause of death. He could have died from suicide, a heart attack, a car accident, cardiac arrest, or even a fall! There is no indication, never mind evidence, that he died from some kind of COVID-19 vaccine injury.

Until and unless his family (or the authorities) reveal his cause of death, anyone who tells you that Matt Ulrich died from this or that cause of death is likely lying to you.

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Matt Ulrich Was Likely Suffering From CTE

On 10 November 2023, the Dokken Nelson Funeral Service, which is handling his funeral in Bozeman, released an obituary for Matt Ulrich.

In that obituary, Dokken Nelson confirmed that Matt Ulrich died on 5 November 2023, and that Matt Ulrich had “a long-standing interest in the neurodegenerative disease, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE”.

The obituary further stated that his family was donating some of his brain tissue to help “further the understanding of this disease”. That suggests that Matt Ulrich was suffering from CTE.

He served on the Advisory Board of Harvard Medical School’s Football Health Study, a long-term research effort into NFL players’ health. He had a long-standing interest in the neurodegenerative disease, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, and his family has donated some of his brain tissue as a way to further the understanding of this disease.

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Matt Ulrich Allegedly Died By Gun Suicide

On 9 November 2023, a man who claimed to be his cousin – Rich Bianco, refuted claims that Matt Ulrich died from the COVID-19 vaccine.

#MattUlrich Ex NFL Super Bowl Lineman is dead at 41. He’s my cousin and he didn’t die from the shot like a lot of people are saying. Please stop the rumors

Will miss you Matt #NFL #Colts

Rich further stated that there was a firearm involved in his death, suggesting that Matt Ulrich died by gun suicide.

There was a firearm. Lets see what the police say.

To be clear – his family did not issue a statement saying that Matt Ulrich died from a self-inflicted gun shot, triggered by CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). They are likely and understandably grieving from their loss. But all evidence so far points to that conclusion, and frankly, that’s more than we – the public – deserve to know.

Unfortunately, it is no longer possible for families to grieve in peace for their loved ones taken too early. Instead, family members are being forced to publicly reveal or hint at their actual cause of death, just to stop people from making baseless claims.

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