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Reports: Chuck Evans Passes



According to published reports, former Ravens fullback Chuck Evans passed away Sunday morning in Atlanta.

Evans, 41, had been visiting family in his home state when he suffered a heart attack.

He played in Baltimore in 1999 and 2000, earning a championship with the Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV team.

Evans was an 11th-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings in 1992, where he spent seven seasons under Brian Billick, then Minnesota's offensive coordinator.

He was a key part of the 1998 Vikings squad that went 15-1 and scored the most points (556) in a single season in NFL history.

After his days as a Raven were over, Evans remained involved in the Baltimore community. The Sparks, Md., resident went on to become a popular local radio personality.

As of Tuesday morning, no death notice had been circulated regarding Evans. will have more information regarding funeral services as it becomes available.

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