Blaise Taylor: From College Football Star to Arrest for Alleged Poisoning Deaths


Blaise Taylor, a once-celebrated college football star, has been charged with two-counts of first-degree murder.

The former Arkansas State cornerback, now employed as an analyst at Texas A&M is the son of the school’s associate head coach, Trooper Taylor. 

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After his college career Taylor worked for four years as a scout for the Tennessee Titans from 2019 to ’23. He was a senior defensive analyst at Utah State for the 2023 season before being hired to join Mike Elko’s staff at Texas A&M this month.

Wednesday’s indictment came from a Nashville grand jury for the poisoning deaths of his girlfriend, Jade Benning and her five-month-old fetus, “which Taylor is alleged to have fathered,” a release from the Nashville Police Department said.