The cause of ESPN host John Saunders's death Wednesday is still unknown.
However, there are new chilling details about how police found him.
According to TMZ Sports, Saunders's wife found the ESPN stalwart unresponsive and not breathing yesterday morning, and she quickly called 911.
From there, Hastings-on-Hudson police chief Anthony Visalli told TMZ that they found Saunders unresponsive in his New York home upon arriving at the scene around 4 a.m. Saunders, 61, was pronounced dead moments later, while still in his home.
No foul play or anything suspicious is suspected, which is why his death was rejected for a possible investigation by the medical examiner.
Many of Saunders's colleagues at the Worldwide Leader in Sports emotionally reacted to his death live on the air Wednesday, including Hannah Storm, Stephen A. Smith, Jemele Hill and Michael Smith.
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