Tributes for

Reuland, Konrad

Konrad Reuland, a former NFL player with the New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts, and Baltimore Ravens, died Monday, Dec. 12, 2016, according to multiple news sources. He was 29.
Reuland had surgery late last month for a brain aneurysm.

A 6-foot-5 tight end, Reuland signed as an undrafted free agent with the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 after playing football at the University of Notre Dame and later Stanford University. The following year, the Jets claimed Reuland off waivers, but he was sidelined with a knee injury in November 2013.

Reuland, who was born April 4, 1987, in Springfield, Ohio, signed with the Indianapolis Colts in October 2014, but the team released him later that month. In November 2014, he signed with the Ravens to play on the team’s practice squad. After a series of signings and releases with the team, Reuland joined the active roster Dec. 8.

He had 12 receptions for 90 yards in his NFL career.

The Stanford football team tweeted Tuesday, “We have lost a bright light in our beloved brother, Konrad Reuland. His memory and spirit will never leave us. We love you.”

Pat McAfee, the punter for the Colts, tweeted, “We were lucky 2 be Konrad Reuland’s teammate..He always worked hard..He was always upbeat..He will be incredibly missed..RIP my brother.