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Former Bills S Carpenter passes

Posted by Chris Brown on December 29, 2016 – 10:14 am

It’s been a tough week for the Bills family. Just days after losing former special teams coordinator Bruce DeHaven, a former Bills player has passed.

Keion Carpenter, a former Bills safety, collapsed while he was out for a run after suffering a brain aneurysm. It happened while on vacation with family. He was rushed to a nearby hospital, but fell into a coma. A family spokesperson confirmed Carpenter’s passing Thursday morning.

Carpenter was an undrafted signing of the Bills in 1999 out of Virginia Tech. He made the 53-man roster and played for three seasons in Buffalo. He had a career-high five interceptions in 2000 with Buffalo. He later played three more seasons with Atlanta.

Carpenter was just 39-years old.



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Maybin and retired Bill teaming up

Posted by Chris Brown on July 2, 2010 – 9:41 am

Bills OLB Aaron Maybin and former Bills safety Keion Carpenter have merged their charitable endeavors to co-host the 2nd Annual Commitment for Change football camp in Baltimore, Maryland.

The six-day clinic teaches football and life lessons. The camp runs from July 5th to July 10th. Current Bills Lydell Sargeant and Lonnie Harvey will be joining Maybin and Carpenter as well as former Bills WR Peerless Price.

Here’s more information on the camp.

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