COLUMBUS, IN (WHBL) - Former Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Blair Kiel died Sunday at age 50. He was the back-up to Don Majkowski in Green Bay in 1990-and-’91 – and he threw for 865 yards in those two years with five touchdown passes and four interceptions. Authorities in Columbus, Indiana, said Kiel died from natural causes after he got sick at an Easter gathering. But an Indianapolis T-V station said he suffered a heart attack. An autopsy has been conducted, and tests from tissue samples are due at the end of the week. Toxicology test results are expected in 4 to 6 weeks. Kiel was drafted by Tampa Bay in 1984 in the 11th round out of Notre Dame. But he didn’t play in the N-F-L until 1986 with Indianapolis. He spent two seasons with the Colts, and didn’t play again until he wrapped up his career with the Packers in the early ‘90’s. He had 1,296 career passing yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions.