Frank John Wycheck, former Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans tight end Frank Wycheck has died at the age of 52.
Wycheck fell outside his family home in Chattanooga on Saturday morning, according to a statement released by his family.
He was found unresponsive that afternoon.
He leaves behind two adult daughters, Deanna and Madison, both married, and three grandchildren — Leo, Stevie and August.
Let’s delve into the life of Frank Wycheck and his relationship with his former spouse, Cherryn Krol.
Frank Wycheck ex-wife: Who is Cherryn Krol?
Not much is publicly known about Cherryn’s early life before meeting Frank.
They married in 1995, and their union brought them two daughters, Deanna (born 1991) and Madison (born 1997).
While their marriage ultimately ended in divorce, Frank Wycheck and Cherryn Krol remain dedicated to co-parenting their daughters till they got married.
The older of his two daughters reportedly got married in 2019.
According to reports, Cherryn used to partake in charitable endeavors when she was young.
She and Wycheck once spearheaded the “Wycheck Harley Ride,” offering support to the Special Olympics in Tennessee.
Cherryn also reportedly loves art and went on to express her creativity through various mediums.
As per Famous Fix, she used to indulge in painting and interior designing as well.
Wychek and Cherryn were married for over 14 years before they divorced on Jun. 2, 2009
Who was Frank Wycheck?
Wycheck, famously known for his lateral pass in what would be known as the Music City Miracle, was a three-time Pro Bowler and even made second-team All-Pro in 2000 when he caught 70 passes for 636 yards and four touchdowns.
A three-time pro-bowler, many Titans fans will remember Wycheck most for the play known as the ‘Music City Miracle.’ With 16 seconds remaining in the Wild Card matchup against the Buffalo Bills, Wycheck took a hand-off and threw it across the field who Kevin Dyson, who ran 75-yards for the game-winning touchdown.
Wycheck caught 28 touchdowns and amassed more than 5,000 yards in his 11-year career.
Following his playing career, Wycheck joined Titans broadcast on the Titans Radio Network, before stepping down in 2017 due to concussion issues.