Former Miami Dolphins DE Quentin Moses dies in house fire

Former Miami Dolphins DE Quentin Moses dies in house fire

Former Miami Dolphins DE Quentin Moses dies in house fire

Quentin Moses, a former Miami Dolphins player, tragically passed away on February 12 in a house fire that also killed a woman and her daughter, according to a shocking report.

10-year-old Jasmine Godard and her mother Andria Godard were found dead in the debris.

Fire Chief Keith Glass told the Journal-Constitution the roof collapsed as responders attempted to get the fire under control. Prior to entering the league, Moses was a nightmare for SEC offensive coordinators during his four years as a lineman for Georgia.

Quentin Moses, who played for the Dolphins 2007-10, was declared dead at a local hospital after a fire at a Monroe, Georgia, house.

"We are all sadden by this life taking tragedy", Glass added.

Moses had been serving as a defensive line coach at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia since 2011.

Moses played at Georgia from 2003-06, making 11.5 sacks and 20.5 tackles for loss.

Moses also was named to the American Football Coaches Association's Good Works Team as a senior in 2006. "We will miss his leadership, and I will miss his friendship". Moses seemed happy to make the move, being quoted on multiple occasions about the opportunity to learn behind Jason Taylor and Joey Porter.

So did former Oakland Raiders teammate Kirk Morrison: "Prayers to the family of Quentin Moses a former @RAIDERS 2007 draft pick". A time will be announced at a later date.

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