Former Miami Dolphins defender Quentin Moses dies in house fire

Rachel Hardy
February 13, 2017

Former Georgia defensive end Quentin Moses was one of three people who died in a Georgia house fire early Sunday morning.

Firefighters continued searching and later found the bodies of 10 year-old Jasmine Godard and her mother, 31 year-old Andria Godard.

Moses was found unconscious and moved outside the house.

The house was completely engulfed in flames and its roof collapsed, WSBTV reported. After a short stint with the Arizona Cardinals, Moses joined the Dolphins in October of 2007.

The 33-year-old Moses played four seasons with the Georgia Bulldogs from 2003-2006.

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Former Georgia football player Quentin Moses died Sunday morning.

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart reacted to Moses' death on his Twitter account. He went to high school at Cedar Shoals, and was recognized several times by the Georgia Sports Writers Association.

UGA Athletic Director said in a statement: 'Our thoughts and prayers are with Quentin's family. As a redshirt junior, Moses received All-SEC honors by amassing 11.5 sacks and 20.5 tackles for loss.

"We were deeply saddened to hear about the tragic news involving Quentin Moses. On behalf of UGA Athletics, we extend our most honest condolences to his family". Moses also added 25 sacks, four fumble recoveries, and one forced fumble to a solid college football career. The cause of the fire is being investigated.

Moses' first career sack in the NFL came on November 26, 2007, when he brought down Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethleiberger on Monday Night Football.

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