A local Austin, Texas sports journalist and radio host has suddenly passed away.
According to AM 1300 The Zone, Sean T. Adams suffered an apparent heart attack and died.
He was 46-years-old.
Today, we have lost a dear friend and valued teammate, Sean Adams. pic.twitter.com/LAAbJfbXCV— AM 1300 THE ZONE (@am1300thezone) September 14, 2017
Sean Adams was a co-host of The Bottom Line on Austin's AM 1300 The Zone. Adams was also a frequent guest of Good Day Austin on FOX 7 Austin. Adams was regularly featured on national networks as well including ESPN, LHN, FOX Sports, CBS and the NFL Network.
The entire Austin media family is stunned to learn about the passing of Sean Adams, a true positive light in this world. Simply devastating.— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) September 14, 2017
According to his website, Adams covered sports for nearly 15 years as a radio host, television analyst and author. His first book, Sports for Life: Daily Sports Themes for Life Success, was published in 2006. His second book, It’s Okay to be Crazy, was published in January of 2010.
Our family of sports journalists in Austin are heartbroken over the death of our colleague Sean Adams. We miss you. We feel your absence.— Ande Wall (@AndeWall) September 14, 2017
Sean Adams is survived by his wife, Karen, and two children - his son Damon and his daughter Alex.