The son of NFL legend Ray Lewis has died at the age of 28 from a suspected drug overdose, according to a police report.

Police were called to a home in Central Florida on Wednesday.

When officers arrived, they found Ray Anthony Lewis III unresponsive, the Casselberry Police Department confirmed.

An officer administered the opioid overdose antidote naloxone, according to the police report. The antidote and other life-saving measures were unsuccessful.

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Ray Lewis during the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl Games at Allegiant Stadium on February 5, 2023 in Las Vegas. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Police said Lewis was transported to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

«Evidence and witness accounts show that this incident was a tragic accident,» police said in a statement.

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The police report said that a blue pill was located near Lewis’s body. Authorities also found needles and a plastic bag inside an empty beer can.

It is not clear if Lewis III was using drugs.

Ray Lewis, who won two Super Bowls with the Baltimore Ravens, has yet to comment publicly on his son’s death.

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A Miami Hurricanes helmet rests near the team bench during a game between the Pitt Panthers and the Miami Hurricanes on November 26, 2022 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Peter Joneleit/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Rashaan Lewis took to social media, describing his older brother as a «true angel».

«I really can’t believe I’m writing this but RIP big bro,» Rahsaan wrote on Instagram. «I don’t have and never will have the words man, because this pain right here… I love you, I love you, I love you.»

Diaymon Lewis also paid tribute to his brother.

«Brownie, I love [you] with all my heart,» he wrote in an Instagram Story post. «You will always be my first love and you truly are the definition of a quintessential brother.»

Ray Lewis III during a Miami Hurricanes football game

Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Rashad Greene (80) passes the ball past Miami Hurricanes defensive back Ray Lewis III (20) during the second half at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida on November 2, 2013. (Melina Vastola/USA Today Sports)

After playing running back in high school, Lewis switched to cornerback when he made the leap into the college football ranks.

Over two seasons with the Miami Hurricanes, Lewis appeared in nine games. He eventually transferred to Coastal Carolina, where he handled kick returns in addition to playing defense.

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Lewis spent his senior year at the collegiate level playing for the Virginia Union.

An official autopsy report is pending.