Son of ex-Cowboys quarterback dies of cancer at 21

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"Luke was an unbelievable young man". Luke Laufenberg never played for the Miners.

"We lost a son, a brother, a friend, and a warrior".

Luke, born May 12, 1998, in Dallas, was first diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma on December 26, 2017.

Luke Laufenberg, the son of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Babe Laufenberg and a tight end at UTEP, has died after dealing with cancer for two years. "Can I get some tape on my phone to watch my brothers, watch my guys to see how they're doing?'" Waters said. He was truly inspirational. After Babe Laufenberg had tweeted in May of 2018 that Luke was cancer free, Luke signed with UTEP in February of 2019 with the goal of playing in the upcoming season.

University of Texas-El Paso tight end and former Texas a&M walk-on Luke Laufenberg lost his battle with cancer on Thursday morning. "I don't know that I've ever a better example of that in my life", Garrett said. You are my hero.

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Babe Laufenberg started six games for San Diego in 1988 before going to the Cowboys. He was Troy Aikman's backup in 1990 before moving on to a successful radio and television career in Dallas.

It's a sad day in Dallas as former Cowboys QB Babe Laufenberg's 21-year-old son, Luke Laufenberg, passed away after a almost two-year battle with cancer. "To battle through it, to always be thoughtful about the people in his life - 'How's my mom doing, how's my dad doing, how's my brother doing?' incredible".

Garrett didn't field any other questions from reporters during his news conference Thursday. finishing his time at the podium by praising Luke for his courageous battle.

"Luke touched my heart and and soul forever".

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