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FAYETTEVILLE — Former University of Arkansas star running back Alex Collins died in a traffic accident near his Florida home town late Sunday night.

News of his passing was recognized by the UA, the two NFL franchises for which he played, the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens, as well as the league office.

A Broward County Sheriff’s Office report on the accident stated Collins was driving a Suzuki motorcycle in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., at about 10:20 p.m. when an SUV traveling from the opposite direction turned into his path, causing Collins to crash through the rear passenger side window. According to the report, Collins was pronounced dead at the scene.

“We are so saddened by the sudden and tragic passing of Alex Collins,” the Razorbacks’ football account posted on social media. “He was a legendary Razorback and an even better person. His love for the Razorbacks and desire to be a Hog was undeniable. We will miss him greatly.”

Coach Sam Pittman also weighed in, writing in a statement, “Alex Collins was such a wonderful person and loved the Razorbacks and we loved him too. Our thoughts are with his family and his teammates and the entire Razorback Nation. RIP #3.”

Collins, 28, notched the third-highest single-season rushing total in Arkansas history with 1,577 yards in 2015. He ranks second in career rushing at Arkansas with 3,703 yards behind Darren McFadden’s 4,590 yards.

Collins is one of only four SEC running backs to rush for 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons, joining all-time greats in Georgia’s Herschel Walker (1980-82), LSU’s Kevin Faulk (1996-98) and McFadden (2005-07) in that achievement.

Collins also played the key role in one of the most celebrated plays in Razorback football history. He scooped up a long lateral by tight end Hunter Henry in overtime at Ole Miss and raced 31 yards to convert a fourth-and-25 play in overtime. The Razorbacks won the game 53-52 and the play has entered Arkansas legend as the Henry Heave.

Collins last played professionally for the Memphis Showboats of the USFL this season, starting all three games he played and rushing for 98 yards and one touchdown.

Bereavement over Collins’ passing poured over social media on Monday evening.

“Always quick to greet everyone with a smile, he was a genuinely kind person who carried a special joy and passion wherever he went,” the Ravens wrote in a statement. “May Alex always be remembered for the light and love he brought to so many people in his life.”

Wrote the Seahawks, “Absolutely heartbroken. Prayers are with the Collins family.”

Ravens Coach Jim Harbaugh also commented, saying “Alex was a joy to be around and someone whose light shined brightly. I’ll always remember him for being a great teammate who had an uplifting spirit that impacted everyone he encountered.”

Collins, who would have turned 29 on Aug. 26, played parts of five seasons in the NFL between 2016 and 2021 after being taken in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Seahawks.

He rushed for 1,997 yards and 18 touchdowns in his NFL career. Collins’ best season came in 2017 with the Baltimore Ravens, when he had 212 carries for 973 yards and 6 touchdowns.

Collins’ big 2015 season at Arkansas came after teammate Jonathan Williams suffered a foot injury, taking him out of the tailback rotation, and the season has strong ties to the modern Razorbacks.

“Alex single handedly pushed me more than any other player that I’ve ever played with,” Williams wrote on social media. “We were a great tandem and I will always appreciate the time we put in together.”

Current offensive coordinator Dan Enos was in the first year of his first stint as the Hogs’ offensive coordinator that season and Pittman was in his third and final year as offensive line coach under Bret Bielema.

Collins is the second standout Razorback football player of the last 13 years to die tragically in Florida during the last two months.

Ryan Mallett, the school’s single-season passing record holder with 3,869 yards in 2010, drowned June 27 in the Gulf of Mexico near Destin, Fla.

“Our Razorback family is again grieving the untimely loss of one of our own,” Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek posted. “Alex Collins was an electrifying player on the field & a ray of light in life. He loved being a Razorback & the state loved him!”

Former Razorback receiver Julian Horton posted a picture of Collins and Mallett in their Ravens jerseys in 2017 on his social media account.