Adam Zimmer, a former defensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings, has passed away. A 38-year-old man, he was. At 1:13 p.m., Mendota Heights Police notified FOX 9 of the incident. On Monday, October 31st, police were called to the 2500 block of Condon Court for a welfare check and discovered a man in his 30s deceased. Examining this case is the Hennepin County medical examiner.
“I can’t believe I’m writing this. I lost my big brother yesterday. The kindest, sweetest, family-loving, sports-obsessed soul there ever was. I’ve felt pain like this once before but it’s been a while and I didn’t know I was able to feel like this again. My heart is shattered and it hurts so bad. I’m so lost, I’m so overwhelmed, I’m so heartbroken. My brother was one of my best friends, especially after my mom died, we became so close. He was always there for me and always the first to show up and volunteer at my foundation events,” Corre (Zimmer) White posted.
The younger Zimmer is the son of former Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, who was fired following the 2021 season. From 2014 through 2019, Adam Zimmer coached the Vikings’ linebackers and served as the team’s co-defensive coordinator for two of those years with Andre Patterson.
Vikings ownership issued the following statement on Tuesday: “Hearing Adam Zimmer’s demise has left us in a state of profound sadness. Over the course of his time in Minnesota, Adam showed enormous love and devotion to his family, his players, his coaches, and the front office staff of the Vikings. Please know that you are in our prayers, Mike, Corri, Marki, and all of the Zimmer family.”
This year, the Cincinnati Bengals have added Adam Zimmer to their staff as an offensive consultant. No one seems to know what caused his death or how it happened.
Minnesota Vikings Cause of Death
Halloween night, Zimmer’s body was discovered at his Mendota Heights home. Former Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator and son of former Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, Adam Zimmer, died of alcohol poisoning. Records provided by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office on Friday verified the cause of death of the 38-year-old who was discovered dead in his Twin Cities home on October 31, 2022.
The medical examiner listed “complications of chronic ethanol use disorder” as the official cause of death Zimmer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that each year roughly 140,000 American lives are lost due to the harmful effects of excessive alcohol use.
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According to the Mendota Heights Police Department, who confirmed the news to Bring Me The Sports, Zimmer was discovered dead in his home on the 2500 block of Condon Court at 1:13 p.m. on Monday, October 31. According to the police, his death showed “no signs of foul play,” and there were no unusual circumstances. His death was ruled “natural” by the coroner.
Mike Zimmer was hired as the Vikings’ head coach in 2014, and Zimmer soon after joined the team. He coached the linebackers in 2019 before being promoted to the position of co-defensive coordinator in 2020.
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Former Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Adam Zimmer has gone away. He was an elderly guy, having reached the age of 38. This incident was reported to FOX 9 by the Mendota Heights Police Department around 1:13 p.m. On the evening of Monday, October 31st, police were called to the 2500 block of Condon Court for a welfare check and found a man in his 30s dead. The Hennepin County medical examiner is in charge of this investigation.
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