By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to CBS SF Bay Area, Terrell Roberts was shot and killed on Wednesday evening in a home on Fascination Circle in Richmond, a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. Roberts previously played in the NFL.
He played two seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003 and 2004. Roberts was reportedly at his grandmother’s house, according to the report, when an individual entered the home and shot him in the backyard.
His family said to the publication that he had a ‘heart of gold.’ They also said that he had no enemies — and wasn’t ‘mixed up in anything bad.’
Roberts was born in Berkeley, California. He attended El Cerrito High School before accepting an opportunity to attend Oregon State.
In his two-year NFL career, he had 23 appearances and one start. His one start came during the 2004 season against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Oct. 3rd.
He had 29 tackles and 1.0 sacks. He also had one interception, one forced fumble, and three pass deflections.
During the 2003 season, he had his first career sack and his first career interception. His interception came against the Houston Texans in a 34-27 win on Nov. 9th.
He also had his first career sack against the San Francisco 49ers in a 41-38 win on Dec. 14th.
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