Friends and family celebrated the life of Marion Barber III Wednesday afternoon.

The former Golden Gopher and NFL star was found dead in his apartment on June 1 at the age of 38. According to Fox 9 News, authorities have not yet released a cause of death.

Among the attendees to speak at Barber’s Celebration of Life were Terrell Owens, his teammate from his time playing for the Dallas Cowboys, and Laurence Maroney, his backfield counterpart at Minnesota.

“When I heard the news, it shook me to my core, like everybody else. Everybody that came into contact with him the last three to five years, we often played in my head what could I have done? What could we have done differently? We don’t know,” Owens said.” Understanding what has transpired with him, not that we want him where he is, but it would be selfish for us to have him here. May he rest in peace.”

Maroney addressed Barber’s struggles with mental health in his address.

“He was not a teammate to me, not a guy I made history with, not a guy I just met at Minnesota but truly my brother. This one hurts, it hurts deep,” Maroney said. “To the family, I’m going to always be hurting with y’all. I can’t shake the feeling of there’s something more I should’ve done. I’m sorry because I couldn’t figure out the more. I apologize and I’m sorry to the family. Marion, until we meet again, I love you too brother.”