Cullen Finnerty, a quarterback who had stints with the Ravens and Broncos, has been found dead after going missing on Sunday while fishing in Michigan, multiple media outlets reported Tuesday night.
WZZM-TV, WOOD-TV and Mlive.com all reported Finnerty’s passing. According to reports, he was found under a tree not far from where his boat was discovered at the Bray Creek State Forest Campground in Webber Township.
According to WOOD-TV and Mlive.com, the cause of death does not appear to be connected to foul play. According to multiple reports, Finnerty indicated to family he was in some distress in a phone call on Sunday night.
Finnerty, 30, starred at quarterback at Grand Valley State, posting a 51-4 record as a starter and helping the program to three national championships. He was a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy in 2006, which is awarded to the most outstanding player in Division II.
Finnerty was active for two games for Baltimore in 2007 but did not play. He was with Denver for part of the 2008 offseason.