Former Tennessee Titans Star Frank Wycheck, 52, Dies After Hitting His Head During Fall

Frank Wycheck, a former tight end for the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans, tragically passed away Saturday morning. He was 52 years old.

Wycheck's family said he fell and hit his head inside his Chattanooga, Tennessee, home. statement. He was found unresponsive later that day. (Related: Bills head coach Sean McDermott was blatantly disrespectful about 9/11, and I refuse to accept his fake apology)

Wycheck, a member of the Titans' Ring of Honor, totaled 4,958 yards and 27 touchdowns on 482 receptions, that last statistic ranking third in organization history. He was named a Pro Bowler three times, earning that honor in 1998, 1999, and 2000, according to . ESPN.

When the Oilers moved to Tennessee and became the Titans in 1997, Wycheck was one of the team's core players and is most remembered forMusic City Miracle”, one of the most famous plays in the NFL. The play took place in 2000 during the AFC Wild Card Playoff game between the Titans and the Buffalo Bills.

With 16 seconds left, Buffalo made a field goal to take a 16-15 lead. On the kickoff return, Wycheck took a lateral shot that flew across the field and into the hands of wide receiver/kick returner Kevin Dyson. Dyson went on to run for 75 yards and score the winning touchdown as Tennessee won 22-16.

In 11 years with the Oilers and Titans, Wycheck had 505 catches for 5,126 yards and 28 touchdowns. He is a Maryland native and was selected in the sixth round of the 1993 NFL Draft.