Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Shaquille Barrett’s 2-year-old daughter drowned in a swimming pool at the Pro Bowl player’s Tampa Bay residence. Barrett’s 2-year-old daughter, Arreya Barrett, was taken to a local hospital but died a short time later despite life-saving measures following the incident, officials said.
No word at this time. While no real comfort can be offered, we offer our support and love as they begin to process this profound loss of their beloved Arrea. According to a statement from the Tampa Police Department obtained by ESPN, it was around 9 a.m. Sunday when an officer arrived at the NFL player’s home following a call reporting that a child had fallen into an on-premises swimming pool
The incident took place at 30 p.m. While no words can offer true comfort at a time like this, we offer our support and love as they begin to process this profound loss of their beloved Areya. Today’s tragic news is heartbreaking for all the Buccaneers family. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Shaq, Jordana, and the entire Barrett family during this unimaginably difficult time,” the Buccaneers said in a statement released on social media.
A US swimmer was rescued from the bottom of the pool by a coach after he passed out at the world championships. Shaquille Barrett, 30, is a two-time Super Bowl champion and two-time Pro Bowler. The player, who played for the Denver Broncos and is currently in his fifth season playing for the Buccaneers, is currently in his fifth season under investigation, according to the Tampa Police Department.
He entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2014 but led the NFL with 19.5 in 2019. His 2022 season was cut short due to a torn Achilles tendon. Retired quarterback Tom Brady sent his condolences to the Barrett family on social media Sunday night, saying, “The Bradys love you.” Although officials did not release details about the circumstances of the drowning, they confirmed that the investigation is open and that the incident was “completely accidental.”
“It is believed to be suspicious at this time.” No, but a completely accidental and tragic event,” ESPN. According to a Tampa Police Department statement obtained by