Detroit Lions player dedicates comeback win to cousin killed by police in Utah
WELLINGTON, Utah — A Detroit Lions player dedicated Sunday’s comeback win to his cousin, who was shot and killed by police in Utah earlier this month.
Tyrell Crosby’s post-game tweet referenced an interview with the girlfriend of 26-year-old Bobby Duckworth, who was shot by an officer responding to a 911 call about a suicidal man.
He tweeted: “Today was for my cousin. I love you bobby. Rest easy.”
Crosby was in at left tackle Sunday as the Lions came back to beat the Chargers 13-10.