Untold Story of Raiders QB Daryle Lamonica’s Cause of Death
So heartbroken to announce that we have just been informed that former Raiders Quarterback and Clovis native Daryle Lamonica’s cause of death is behind the shadows after he sadly passed away on April 21, 2022, at the age of 80.
May the legend rest in heaven and our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones during the hard period.
According to official sources, Police and an ambulance were called to Daryle Lamonica’s home in Fresno to investigate a possible natural passing. Lamonica’s son Brandon confirmed that his father had taken his last breath in the early hours of Thursday.
Lamonica was called “The Mad Bomber” for his great throwing arm and was known in history as the third-leading passer of anyone with the Raiders. At the time, that team was located in Oakland, instead of Las Vegas.
He guided them to four back-to-back division championships between 1967 and 1970 and succeeded to lead the Raiders to Super Bowl II.
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Before he became a professional role in his career, the star grew up in the Central Valley, playing as an all-state quarterback at Clovis High School. Years after in 1974, the school named its stadium after him.
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No Word on Daryle Lamonica’s Cause of Death
At this time there is no confirmed report about Daryle Lamonica’s cause of death at this time, but some spread rumors and claim he lost his life due to a heart attack.
Our team does not confirm any rumors, but you can be sure that we are trying our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible, but, do not forget that family privacy should be respected at this difficult time.
Of Italian and Irish ancestry, Lamonica grew up on a ranch in the Central Valley of California. Lamonica played in the first Little League World Series. He lettered in four sports and was an all-state quarterback at Clovis High School in Clovis, a Fresno suburb.
In 1974, the high school named its football stadium after him. After high school, he turned down a professional baseball contract with the Chicago Cubs. Lamonica played college football at the University of Notre Dame and was the team’s starting quarterback for three seasons.
In 30 total games from 1960 through 1962, he had 99 completions for 211 attempts for a 46.9 completion percentage and 1,363 yards, with eight touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He rushed 144 times for 353 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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He participated in the 1962 East-West Shrine Game held at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, passing 20-for-28 with 349 yards while being named Most Valuable Player.