Former Seattle Seahawk killed in Colorado parking lot

Ex-Colorado, Seahawks player T.J. Cunningham fatally shot in dispute

Ex-Colorado, Seahawks player T.J. Cunningham fatally shot in dispute

Both had been fighting over a parking spot and had agreed to meet up at the local Eaglecrest High School to settle their differences. He told me how he was certainly inspired to go to CU after watching our teams at that time, ' said Mike Pritchard, who played for CU and attended the Seahawks' training camp with Cunningham via the Denver Channel.

Authorities said 31-year-old Marcus Johnson is being held on a first-degree murder charge.

Cunningham played nine games in the National Football League with the Seahawks in 1996 before injuries cut his career short.

"We are deeply saddened to learn that one of our assistant principals, Anthony Cunningham passed away earlier today", Aurora Public Schools representative Corey Christiansen said in a statement.

Cunningham, 46, was an assistant principal at Aurora's Hinkley High School.

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There will be extra counselors at Hinkley High School this week for students and staff, the district said. The sheriff's office said that Cunningham did not bring a gun to the meeting. "We ask everyone to please keep Mr. Cunningham's family in your thoughts".

University of Colorado athletic director Rick George said Cunningham was an active alum and his death is a tragic loss. "He was a good family man and had a strong passion for working with young people".

Cunningham played college ball at Colorado and was taken in the sixth round of the 1996 National Football League draft (209th overall) by the Seahawks.

Making this even sadder is the fact that Cunningham is survived by his five children and his wife.

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