Tragedy struck NFL legendÂ Randall Cunningham Tuesday when a 2-year old boy drowned in the hot tub of his Las Vegas mansion. Â Police reports haven’t released a name, but have stated that the toddler was the child of the home owner. The home is owned by Cunningham.
The child was found floating in a hot tub at the home just before 5 p.m., police said.
While the police said they cannot confirm who owns the home, Clark County property records show the home is owned by former National Football League star Randall Cunningham. The records also show the house has a pool.
Police declined to release the child’s identity, but confirmed that the boy was the son of the property owner.
Cunningham starred in college at UNLV before being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles where he was a 4-time Pro Bowler. Â He was perhaps even more famous for being the best and most versatile player on Nintendo’s Super Tecmo Bowl from the 90′s.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Randall and his family.