Tennessee Volunteers defensive back Emmanuel Moseley was involved in a horrifying car accident over the weekend, but was able to walk away unharmed.
It was a wild weekend for Tennessee Volunteers defensive back Emmanuel Moseley and he is lucky to be alive.
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Emmanuel Moseley and some members of his family were driving around and involved in what looks to be a very serious car accident.
However, everyone appears to be unharmed.
When you see the photo that Moseley shared from outside of his wrecked vehicle, it is shocking that someone was able to walk away without serious injury. Luckily, Moseley said, “Thank you all for the prayers love you all” after sharing a photo of the car.
Moseley played in all of the Volunteers games last season as a true freshman.
"A Tennessee program source confirmed Sunday morning that Moseley and his family were “OK” following the car accident but didn’t initially offer any specific details."
Tennessee is set to begin Spring Ball on March 24.
There is no word on whether Moseley will be healthy enough to participate in the beginning of spring practice, but what is most important right now is the fact that Emmanuel Moseley and those who were also in the vehicle are okay.
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