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Former Dolphins defensive player Quentin Moses dies in house fire

Moses among 3 people to die in Georgia blaze

The Miami Dolphins football family mourns the loss of Quentin Moses by tweeting out "thoughts and prayers" for his friends and family.
The Miami Dolphins football family mourns the loss of Quentin Moses by tweeting out "thoughts and prayers" for his friends and family.

MONROE, Ga. – The Miami Dolphins football family is mourning the loss of former player Quentin Moses, who died in a house fire Sunday morning in Monroe, Georgia.

Firefighters found Moses, 33, unconscious. He later died at an area hospital.

Andria Godard and her daughter, Jasmine, were found dead at the scene.

Moses played four seasons with the Dolphins, totaling three-and-a-half sacks with 35 tackles while playing both on the defensive line and at linebacker.

Former Dolphins teammate Jason Taylor took to Twitter to express his thoughts.

"My heart breaks for former teammate and friend Quentin Moses and his family," the tweet said. "Thoughts, prayers and tears! So sad. Life is too short #RIP." 

The Dolphins also released a statement about Moses.

"We were deeply saddened to hear about the tragic news involving Quentin Moses," the statement said. "Our thoughts and sincere condolences go out to his family and friends during this difficult time."