KANSAS CITY, Mo. At some point, a Chiefs locker room attendant will dutifully take away the practice gear and jersey inside Jovan Belcher's locker room stall at the team's practice facility.
Belcher's name plate and No. 59 will be removed as well.
And at the very least that instant reminder of Belcher himself or the unspeakable acts he committed last Saturday morning will be stripped away.
Just exactly when that will happen is uncertain. As of Wednesday, Belcher's stall remains intact right after practice and just before Chiefs players boarded four luxury buses outside the practice facility en route to Belcher's private memorial service at the Landmark International Deliverance and Worship Center in Kansas City.
Chiefs vice president of communications Ted Crews said prior to the memorial service that he wasn't sure when will be the proper time, or who will make the decision, to empty Belcher's locker-room stall. Belcher's locker has remained untouched since last Friday's practi...