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According to several media reports, former NFL defensive lineman and Auburn University standout Quentin Groves died Saturday at age 32.

According to SB Nation, Groves suffered a heart attack, which may have led to his death. The former NFL player was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome in 2008, which causes people to have irregular and rapid heartbeats.

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During his career, Groves saw NFL playing time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans. Groves last wore the uniform in 2015 when he appeared on the practice squad for the Buffalo Bills.

Groves made headlines in 2013 when he was arrested for soliciting a prostitute.

The Auburn University football team later confirmed Groves death and sent out a tweet remembering their former star.

“The Auburn Family is deeply saddened by the passing of AU great Quentin Groves,” the University said in a statement.

“Our thoughts are with his family, friends and teammates.”

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