Former Illinois standout and NFL veteran Vontae Davis has passed away.

According to a report from WSVN 7 News in Miami, Davis was found unresponsive at a Southwest Ranches, Florida home. Property records listed that home as owned by Adaline Davis, the grandmother of Vontae. At this time, police do not believe foul play is involved.

Chester Frazier, a current assistant for Illinois basketball and former player for the Illini, reacted to the news on social media. Davis and Frazier were in Champaign together from 2006-08 before Davis’ departure to the 2009 NFL Draft.

A first-round pick of the Miami Dolphins in 2009, Davis would play parts of 10 NFL seasons before retiring in 2018. He finished his NFL career with 22 interceptions and 97 pass breakups.

Pat McAfee and Darius Butler, former teammates of Davis’ with the Indianapolis Colts, reacted to the news during McAfee’s Monday show. Vontae is also the brother of longtime NFL tight end Vernon Davis.

“We learned this morning that a former teammate of ours was found unresponsive in his house this morning… Vontae was an incredibly cool dude, good guy, nice guy, upbeat guy, energetic guy,” said McAfee.

“Today’s been tough, it’s going to be tough, but it’s a nice perspective putter to remind everybody to reach out to your people… Tell them you appreciate them, tell them you like them, tell them they’re not alone. It’s a tough morning, but we will move on.”