NFL.com reports that the Super Bowl-winning rusher Ronnie Hillman died Wednesday. According to a statement posted by Hillman's family on Hillman’s Instagram, Hillman has since confirmed his death. Hillman's family recently stated that he was now in hospice care. According to The Athletic, Hillman was a five-year veteran of the NFL. The Denver Broncos selected him in the third round, with the 67th pick. He ran for 863 yards, scored seven touchdowns, and rushed 100 yards four times in the Broncos' Super Bowl-winning 2015 season. He ran for 117 yards in the Broncos' regular-season final. His touchdown run against the San Diego Chargers was 27-20, which secured the Broncos' number-one seed for AFC playoffs. Hillman played in one more NFL season before retiring. He suited up for the Minnesota Vikings as well as the San Diego Chargers in 2016. "We are deeply sorry for the loss of Ronnie Hillman, former Denver Broncos runningback. Ronnie Hillman was a key contributor to the Broncos' winningest four-year span in franchise history. He was also part of two Super Bowl teams. Ronnie also led the Broncos in rush during their Super Bowl 50 championship season. Ronnie, who is soft-spoken and has a quiet intensity and warm smile, was drafted in 2012 by the Broncos and quickly became a well-respected player. Our organization will remember Ronnie fondly and extend its condolences to Hillman's family.