Ex-NFL Player Quentin Moses Dies in House Fire

Posted: 2/14/2017

NFL player dies in fire

Monroe, GA -- Fire crews reported to a home in Georgia on February 12 and found that three people had died in a house fire, including ex-NFL player Quentin Moses.

Monroe Fire Department Chief Keith Glass reported that 33-year old Moses, 31-year old Andria Godard, and her 10-year old daughter Jasmine Godard died in the 6am fire.  Moses was found unconscious and outside the house.  He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Moses was a Miami Dolphins linebacker (2007-2010) and a defensive end for the Georgia Bulldogs before that (2003-2005).

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