Haskins, who was playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers at the time of his death, was revealed to have a blood alcohol content of 0.20 when he died, according to a report citing the autopsy.
That level is roughly 2.5 times the legal limit for Florida drivers, the Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office said.
Painkillers, including traces of ketamine and norketamine, were also found in the toxicology report.
Haskins was 24 at the time of his death and was just weeks away from his May 3 birthday, according to the report.
The quarterback was on foot and trying to cross Interstate 595 when he was struck by the dump truck at about 6:37 a.m., Florida Highway Patrol said.
Haskins was previously a quarterback for the Washington Football Team, now known as the Washington Commanders, and was expected to compete for the Steelers’ starting quarterback role following Ben Roethlisberger’s retirement.