Austin-Travis County EMS (ATCEMS) responded to a crash involving a motorcycle and a vehicle Saturday night at the 5600 block of Mount Bonnell Road. Benson's death was reportedly the result of a motorcycle accident in Austin, Texas that also claimed the life of an unnamed woman.
Hours before the crash, Benson posted a photo of his motorcycle on social media with the caption, "My Saturday evening". He was just 36-years-old.
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Cedric Benson's brother, Dominic Benson posted on Facebook Sunday morning, "No no no no no no God no!"
On Instagram, Benson's coach at Texas, Mack Brown, expressed his condolences, writing "We lost a great one way too soon".
Benson finished his time at the University of Texas as the sixth-leading rusher in NCAA history with 5,540 rushing yards and the second-leading rusher in Texas history. He was named the Doak Walker award victor and a consensus All-American as a senior. He earned the Doak Walker Award as the top running back in college football as a senior in 2004, and he became the No. 4 pick by the Chicago Bears in the 2005 NFL Draft.