McNair's parents file formal letters of possible lawsuit

Posted at 6:14 AM, Sep 12, 2018

 The parents of former University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair plan to sue several university officials. 

According to ESPN, which reports Martin and Tonya McNair filed formal letters notifying the state of a possible lawsuit. 

Suspended head coach DJ Durkin, suspended head athletic trainer Wes Robinson and former strength and conditioning coach Rick Court are all named in the document. 

The sophomore died in June after suffering heat stroke at a football practice two weeks earlier.

ESPN later released a report accusing the University of a toxic culture within its football program. 

The University System of Maryland's Board of Regents continues to investigates McNair's death and the culture of the football program.

They are set to meet again until September 21 at Towson University.