Former NFL defensive again Terrell Roberts was once shot and killed at his grandmother’s house in Northern California on Wednesday night time, consistent with a couple of studies.
Roberts, who performed cornerback with the Cincinnati Bengals from 2003 to 2004, was once at his grandmother’s house in Richmond when any individual entered the yard and shot him. Richmond is set 20 miles north of San Francisco.
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Roberts’ circle of relatives instructed CBS San Francisco that he had a “middle of gold.” Additionally they stated they didn’t’ imagine he was once “blended up in anything else dangerous.”
No arrests have been made within the deadly capturing and police have now not named a suspect.
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Roberts, 38, performed 3 seasons at Oregon State. He signed with the Bengals as a unfastened agent in 2003.