Demaryius Thomas, legendary wide receiver and a Super Bowl 50 Champion for the Denver Broncos, has reportedly passed away at the age of 33, according to Miles Garrett of Fox 5 in Atlanta and Benjamin Allbright of 850 KOA.

Few details have been reported so far as to how Thomas passed, but early reports suggest that his death was the result of a seizure.

Thomas was selected by the Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft with the 22nd overall pick and soon became a star for the team.

He was instrumental to the team breaking a four-year playoff drought in 2011 and famously scored a walk-off touchdown in overtime against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card round of the playoffs that season.

Over the course of his career, he was named to four Pro Bowls (2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016), was a two-time second-team All-Pro (2013 and 2014) and made the NFL Network’s Top 100 Players list four times (2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016). During this time he also manged to total over 1,000 receiving yards for five consecutive seasons.

In Super Bowl 50 he had a historic offensive performance, despite being on what was a relatively poor offense, tallying an NFL-record 13 receptions on the world’s biggest stage.

Among all Denver Broncos, only Rod Smith has recorded more receiving yards and receiving touchdowns than Thomas, and only Smith and Shannon Sharpe have tallied more receptions with the franchise. He also retired with 16 Broncos records.

Thomas was a remarkable player and human being. His time with the Denver Broncos will never be forgotten, and if the news of his passing is true, he will always be missed.

As a player, Thomas was arguably the greatest in Broncos history. And DT spread love throughout the Denver community too, as seen here in this clip seen here in this clip from a July interview with him on, or the clip below from Ryan Greene of CBS 4 Denver.