The body of Bobby Seal was discovered at a funeral home in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Sunday, the funeral home confirmed.
The death of Seal was confirmed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Palm Beach Post reported.
Seal was a former Florida Gators football player and was a member of the school’s Ring of Honor.
According to the PalmBeach Post, Seal’s body was found on a bed in a storage unit at a West Palm beach funeral home.
“We’re very shocked and saddened by this tragic loss,” a spokesperson for the funeral center told the Post.
“We’re cooperating fully with law enforcement and are in the process of processing the facts.”
The funeral home did not immediately return a request for comment.
Former Florida Gators tight end Bobby Seal died at the funeral of his friend, former teammate and fellow tight end Evan Payne.
Payne was killed on Nov. 22, after being struck by a car while on his way to the team’s spring practice.
Payne had been a friend of Seal’s since the beginning of their playing careers.
It is unclear if Payne had any connection to Seal.
There are a few more details in the funeral and Payne’s death.
A spokesperson for Payne’s family confirmed the death to the Post, saying he had recently been diagnosed with a serious illness.
Payne’s family is working to provide more details about Payne’s illness, according to the outlet.
Sources: ABC News, Palm Beach Post, WESH TV