CHICAGO (CBS/AP) — Former NFL participant and Mount Carmel High School alumnus Glenn Foster Jr. was honored Friday evening – practically one 12 months after he died whereas in police custody in Alabama.
Foster was honored with a coin toss and in-game tribute on the soccer recreation Friday evening at the highschool, at 6410 S. Dante Ave. within the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Family and mates wore particular shirts with “Justice for Glenn Foster Jr.” written on the entrance.
Foster’s dad and mom additionally held up his No. 93 jersey because it was retired by the college.
Foster joined the Mount Carmel soccer workforce throughout his sophomore 12 months, and performed for the Illini in school on the University of Illinois – the place he recorded 4 sacks, 73 tackles, and one interception.
He then performed two seasons for the Saints at defensive finish, showing in 17 video games in 2013 and 2014.
Last December, Foster died in police custody days after what police mentioned a high-speed chase that resulted in his arrest after which a scuffle involving officers within the Pickens County, Alabama jail the place he was being held. Questions have surrounded his dying within the time since.
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