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SportGrambling State football player Darrell Clark shot, brother killed in New Orleans

17:45  20 june  2019
17:45  20 june  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Grambling State football player Darrell Clark shot , brother killed in New Orleans . Clark ’s younger brother , Keyon Clark , 19, was fatally wounded just outside the Frank Lemon playground gymnasium at the 1300 block of South Causeway Boulevard in the metro New Orleans area.

Grambling State football player Darrell Clark and his younger brother were involved in a shooting Wednesday night in New Orleans , according to the Monroe Clark , a rising senior wide receiver for the Tigers, is believed to be in "stable" condition after having surgery, but his brother was killed .

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Grambling State football player Darrell Clark and his younger brother were shot late Wednesday night in New Orleans.

Clark’s younger brother was fatally wounded, while Clark, a rising senior wide receiver for the Tigers, was said to be in “stable” condition following surgery.

Grambling tight ends coach Darrell Kitchen confirmed the report early Thursday morning.

“From what I’m hearing, (Clark) will make it,” Kitchen said. “I am just distraught about the whole situation.”

Kitchen told the News-Star the Clark brothers, New Orleans natives, had just finished playing basketball at a court and were in the car when the shooting took place.

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Grambling State football player Darrell Clark and his brother were shot late Wednesday night in New Orleans , authorities said. Clark 's younger brother was fatally wounded in the incident, but Clark , a senior at the university who played wide receiver, is said to be in 'stable' condition following surgery.

Darrell Clark , a wide receiver at Grambling State University, was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries and in stable condition after Details on what unfolded prior to the shooting remained unclear. (carlballou/Getty Images/iStockphoto). A Louisiana college football player was

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Grambling State University president Rick Gallot extended thoughts and prayers on behalf of the school to the Clark family.

"We're always concerned with the safety and success of our students, whether they're student-athletes or not," Gallot told the News-Star. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the Clark family as they deal with this tragedy. I don't know the particulars of the incident, but on behalf of the university, the GramFam, the Clarks are and continue to be in our thoughts and prayers."

Hearing the news, current and former Grambling football players took to social media with outpouring support for Clark and his brother with many changing their avatars to the number 17, Clark's jersey number.

“I need you. I can’t go back to school without my big brother on campus with me. Pull through dawg,” Grambling quarterback J.P. Pierce tweeted.

Fellow GSU senior wide receiver De’Vante Davis tweeted: “Man (sic) I hate hearing news like this bro. Shake back family.”

Former star Grambling running back Martez Carter tweeted: "It wasn't your time."

Former GSU wide receiver Calief Samon tweeted: "Swear I'm grateful for you (sic) on everything I love you bro."

This article originally appeared on Monroe News Star: Grambling State football player Darrell Clark shot, brother killed in New Orleans

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