(CNN)Former standout college quarterback Colt Brennan passed on this week in a California clinic, his family affirmed to CNN.

“He had been in a long-term rehab facility,” Brennan’s sister, Carrera Shea, told CNN on Tuesday. “Unfortunately, he relapsed.”

Brennan, 37, was articulated dead at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, as per the Orange County coroner. The Costa Mesa Police Department disclosed to CNN that Brennan was taken to the clinic due to an excess.

After a flimsy starting to his school football profession, Brennan moved to the University of Hawaii in 2005, where he was the beginning quarterback for three seasons. Brennan set the NCAA standard for score passes in a solitary season with 58 out of 2006. That record was obscured by LSU’s Joe Burrow in the 2019 season. Regardless of being a Heisman

Prize applicant in his lesser year, Brennan picked to remain at Hawaii for his last year of qualification.

“Colt was clearly the star of our program,” previous Hawaii lead trainer June Jones said in an articulation delivered by the school, “and what he did after the 2006 season by staying in school, said a lot about him and how he cared much more about Hawaii and his teammates.”

Colt Brennan on Nov. 23, 2007, celebrating after a NCAA school football match-up in Honolulu.

“He really loved Hawaii,” Shea said. “It was a mutual relationship. They really embraced him, and they became his family. That was some of the best times of our lives, really.”

After school, Washington picked Brennan in the 6th round of the 2008 NFL Draft. In spite of the fact that he performed unequivocally in preseason appearances, Brennan never played in an ordinary season NFL game.

After hip medical procedure and hamstring wounds kept him sidelined in 2009, the group delivered Brennan in 2010. He later endorsed with groups in the United Football League, the Canadian Football League and the Arena Football League.

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors tweeted recognitions for Brennan, with current lead trainer Todd Graham saying, “The Hawaii football program is profoundly disheartened by the information on Colt Brennan’s passing. An extraordinary Warrior legend, rest in salud.”

“I just think he had the biggest heart,” Shea said, “and I think a lot of people are affected by his death because they truly loved him.”

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