Colt Brennan, former NFL quarterback, dies at 37
Colt Brennan, who broke numerous NCAA records as a quarterback for the University of Hawaii, has died aged 37. This was communicated by his father, Terry Brennan. who assured that your child was in the fifth month of admission to a rehabilitation center in California, where he was found unconscious.
Finally, he died Monday at a Newport hospital. “He was doing well, the spark had returned to his eyes, he was healthy and doing very well, but it happened,” Terry Brennan told the Star Advertiser.
Colt Brennan’s successes from 2005 to 2007 helped put Hawaii on the football map. He passed for more than 4,000 yards twice and 5,549 yards in 2006. In that season, he set the mark for touchdown passes in one season, with 58. That record was barely beaten in 2019, by Joe Burrow.
Brennan is fourth on the all-time list for touchdown passes, with 131.