Raleigh, N.C. — A Super Bowl winner who taught at Heritage High School in Wake Forest has died in North Carolina at the age of 50.
Charles Johnson, a retired NFL wide receiver, was located lifeless on Sunday. Raleigh law enforcement informed WRAL News they were known as to the Hampton Inn on Spring Forest Highway in Raleigh for a welfare examine.
Johnson performed for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1994-1998. He performed for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2000, the New England Patriots in 2001 and the Buffalo Expenses in 2002. He most a short while ago labored with fellow NFL retirees as assistant athletic director at Heritage Substantial School in Wake Forest.
The Heritage Huskies shared the information on Twitter, crafting, “RIP Coach. You will be missed by so a lot of, specially your Husky Spouse and children.”
Drake Johnson, who performed underneath Johnson at Heritage, explained, “He’s had very little but a positive impact on the entire faculty in common. He’s intended a entire great deal to the Heritage community. He was a terrific guy and great spouse and children buddy, and he will definitely be skipped.”
The trigger of dying was not unveiled, but Raleigh police claimed an investigation is ongoing.
At the time that the human body was uncovered at the Hampton Inn, law enforcement advised WRAL Information that they did not suspect foul engage in.