Quentin Groves, American football player, Died at 32

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Quentin Dominic Groves was born on July 5, 1984, in Greenville, Mississippi and died on October 15, 2016.

He was an American football linebacker.

Quentin Groves was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft and played college football at Auburn.

Groves also played for the Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans and the Buffalo Bills.

He was named to the Chuck Bednarik Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Ted Hendricks Award, watchlists for the 2007 college football season.

He was a sack specialist at Auburn and finished tied for the Auburn career sack record at 26.

Quentin eloped to marry Treska Baptiste, a member of Auburn’s track team who hails from Trinidad, just before the start of his junior year, on July 31, 2006,

They had two children, a son Que’Mani Kassan Shiloh and a daughter Que’Jaah.

Quentin Groves passed away at 32 years old.

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