Ex-Jaguars Draft Pick Out Of Auburn Unexpectedly Dies At 32



Quentin Groves, a second-round pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars out of Auburn in 2008, reportedly suffered a heart attack and died at age 32.

Per 247Sports:

The former All-SEC star was in Trinidad celebrating his daughter’s birthday at the time of his death, according to a source. Details surrounding his death are not known at this time. Auburn later confirmed Saturday afternoon the report of Groves’ death.

Groves, 32, is survived by his wife, Teska Baptiste, a former member of Auburn’s track team, and his children.

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