Carlton Haselrig Death / Obituary | What Is Carlton Haselrig Cause Of Death ? – NFL Player Dies At 54 | Dead – Passed Away | Died
Carlton Haselrig Death / Obituary – A great NFL player and heavyweight wrestler, Carlton Haselrig was pronounced dead on July 22, 2020, following an unidentified cause of death. An official statement concerning Carlton Haselrig death cause is yet to be released.
Former University of Pittsburgh wrestler, Carlton Haselrig died in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States, at the age of 54, following an unidentified cause of death. Carlton who has won six NCAA titles in wrestling, three times in Division II and three times in Division I, was reported to have been diagnosed with a liver condition before his passing. Further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
Reactions And Sharing On Social Media Concerning Carlton Haselrig Passing
Johnstown lost a true sports legend today with the death of Carlton Haselrig at age 54. State champion wrestler at Greater Johnstown HS. 6-time NCAA champion wrestler at Pitt-Johnstown. Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl lineman. MMA standout. pic.twitter.com/dFMgxBwrQt
— Michael Mastovich (@masty81) July 22, 2020
Terrible news. Truly a legend of NCAA sports.
‘True legend’: Johnstown’s Carlton Haselrig, standout wrestler and former Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro, dies at 54
— Jim Harshaw Jr ? (@jimharshaw) July 22, 2020
Our area lost a true sports icon today. The great Carlton Haselrig passed away at 54. @MtnCatAthletics 6-time champ and @steelers All-Pro. Pat Pecora his long-time coach and friend called his story fit for a movie. Full story on @WJACTV
— Ryan Stanko (@RStanko_WJAC) July 22, 2020
Carlton Haselrig, the six-time NCAA wrestling champion who went on to become a Pro Bowl guard with the Steelers, died Wednesday morning.
The Johnstown native experienced quite a lot during his remarkable career.
— Post-Gazette Sports (@PGSportsNow) July 23, 2020
Sorry to hear about the passing of former Steelers offensive lineman and Pro Bowler, Carlton Haselrig. He was only 54. Haselrig was also a championship wrestler. May he Rest In Peace. ?#CarltonHaselrig #Steelers pic.twitter.com/FOfJ3bTxdZ
— Be Steelers My Heart (@steelersrfam) July 23, 2020
Now watch how many people gonna say Carlton Haselrig should get a FloFilm or some type of documentary made about him now…..clowns. Should’ve recognized his achievements when he was alive
— Charles (@charlessmall99) July 23, 2020
@steelers It’s a sad day for SteelersNation with the passing of Carlton Haselrig. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
— James McDonald (@OleBlowHard) July 23, 2020
RIP Carlton Haselrig. Unbelievable career. PA Legend.
— Keith Gavin (@keithgavin84) July 23, 2020
Sad to hear of the passing of Carlton Haselrig. His achievements & impact on the Johnstown community are on a mythical, larger than life level. Most decorated #NCAA wrestler & a #Steelers Pro Bowler after never playing in college. Embodied the toughness of the town he came from.
— Jordan Conigliaro (@JordanC_WPGH) July 23, 2020
PITTSBURGH STEELER — Carlton Haselrig, a Pro Bowl right guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the early 1990s who is also the only wrestler in NCAA history to win six individual national championships, died Wednesday. He was 54. RIP”
— Step Seven Justice SSJ (@stepseven7) July 23, 2020
RIP to Carlton Haselrig, a true US Wrestling legend. Carlton was the only wrestler in history to win 6 NCAA titles (for @PittJohnstown ,) and is a @NWHOF inductee. He was drafted by the @steelers in 1989 (despite never playing college football) & was a Pro-Bowl selection in 1992— Titan Mercury (@titan_mercury) July 23, 2020
Rest In Peace to the legendary Carlton Haselrig, the only 6x Wrestling Champion in wrestling history. Carlton was a heavyweight wrestler & Pro Football player. He wrestled for University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. He is won six titles in wrestling, 3Xs in Div II & 3Xs in Div I. pic.twitter.com/xmL1r4vvlK
— Joe Mejia (@SFAgentJoeMejia) July 23, 2020
70 presenze in 6 stagioni a Pittsburgh, l’unica squadra in cui Carlton Haselrig ha militato nella sua breve carriera in NFL. Breve, purtroppo, per la guardia degli Steelers anche la sua parentesi di vita. Ieri, infatti, Haselrig è deceduto, per cause naturali, a soli 54 anni. pic.twitter.com/QD8ehK4vs7
— Le lunghe notti della NFL (@Le_Nfl) July 23, 2020
“It’s a huge loss. This is a legend. This is Cambria County’s greatest athlete. This is our Kobe Bryant.”
A touching tribute to the ?, Carlton Haselrig in his hometown paper. Nice job by @masty81,
— Knops Knotes (@KnopsKnotes) July 23, 2020
So sad to hear of the passing of Carlton Haselrig. Carlton was an unbelievable athlete, capturing 6 NCAA Titles in college wrestling (3 div 1 and 3 div 2). He was also a pro bowler for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 90’s,although he never played college football.
— Kurt Angle (@RealKurtAngle) July 22, 2020
R.I.P. Six-time NCAA wrestling champ and Pro Bowl lineman Carlton Haselrig.
— Bill G. (@PghPhtgrphr) July 23, 2020
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