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As I prepare to write this article on the NFL’s Strongest and Weakest Divisions, I feel that I should discuss the events that befell the Kansas City Chiefs organization. Any time a domestic situation turns to violence I feel extremely bad for the families of all who were directly affected by this terrible situation and mostly I feel horrible for the young child who has been left without a parent. No matter how tough relationships may get, NO WOMAN deserves violence especially since every home has a door. Remove yourself from the heated situation by leaving and if need be, seek counseling. Kasandra Perkins did not expect to lose her life at such a young age and she should still be taking care of her young child right now. The NFL has taken steps to curb head trauma that occurs in athletes and perhaps this may have been another case of a damaged brain that sent someone over the edge. As much as Roger Goodell has taken heat for removing some of the physicality out of game through...
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In the four days since former Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher's murder-suicide, new details have continually emerged from the tragic case.
The latest may be the most disturbing.
On Wednesday, the 911 call made by Belcher's mother, Cheryl Sheppard, was released. In it, Sheppard frantically pleads for help shortly after her son shot his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, in front...
Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles released a statement regarding Jovan Belcher on Monday, saying that the loss hits him close since he didn’t just lose a team mate, but also a family member. Charles said his wife, Whitney was first cousins with Belchers girlfriend, Kassandra Perkins. Our family has [...]
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In the wake of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher's Saturday morning murder-suicide -- sportscasters (and sportswriters) have decided to put their own thoughts on gun control front and... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Jovan Belcher shot his girlfriend Kassandra Perkins, afterwards he drove to the Kansas City Chiefs stadium and shot himself on Saturday.
Gruesome details have continued to be released, and the newest might be the most disturbing.
On Wednesday, Belcher’s mother Cheryl Shepherd is heard encouraging Perkin’s to stay alive during her call to 911.
You can hear Perkins and Belcher’s...
BEREA -- There is no road map for some things.
So it was last weekend when Kansas City Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel found himself talking to linebacker Jovan Belcher as Belcher held a gun to his head outside the team facility.
Belcher had just shot and killed his girlfriend Kasandra Perkins, the mother of his child. Belcher heard Crennels words, then went behind a car and killed himself...
Jovan Belcher shot and killed his girlfriend Kassandra Perkins on Saturday before going to the Kansas City Chiefs stadium and killing himself – but he left something very important behind. His three month old daughter, with no parents. However, it is [...]
Dwayne Bowe of the Kansas City Chiefs Tweeted out a picture in which he saluted recently fallen teammate Jovan Belcher while wearing a commemorative Jovan T-shirt. The idea seemed good to Dwayne, he just had trouble with the execution as the shirt he was wearing spelled ‘Jovan’ as ‘Javon.’
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Kansas City Chiefs player Javon Belcher committed a murder-suicide Saturday leaving his three-month baby orphaned. NFL media and players came together in a show of support which brought out both the good and the bad with some showing a complete disconnect between perception and reality.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) This should have been a big week for Brady Quinn.
The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback is coming off one of the best games of his career, helping his team win for only the second time this season. He's heading back to Cleveland, where he washed out as a first-round draft pick, brimming with confidence in his strong right arm.
But as with the rest of the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Breaking their silence for the first time, the family of the woman shot and killed by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher said Monday their "hearts are truly broken" and asked for privacy while they grieve the loss of two loved ones.
Belcher shot and killed his 22-year-old girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, at their Kansas City home Saturday before...
Bob Costas is one of the most respected broadcasters in sports, so when he spoke about the Jovan Belcher situation during halftime of NBC’s Sunday Night Football, the entire sports world turned up the volume.
Costas used the platform of the highly rated program to preach about the gun problem facing the country, citing a column by Kansas City-based writer Jason Whitlock. In the...
As the Kansas City Chiefs stepped onto the field at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon, they were preparing for more than just a football game.
Peyton Hillis was well aware of that reality, gathering his teammates in the locker room before the game and using the bible as his guide, as NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington noted on Monday.
“Put on the full armor of God, so that you...
Chiefs 27, Panthers 21. With AP Photos. By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Brady Quinn tried to avoid looking at the empty locker when he arrived at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback couldn't bear the sight of Jovan Belcher's jersey hanging from a hook, just like it would have any other game day.
''That's when it kind of hit me,'...
The Kansas City Chiefs' search for normalcy may go on for much longer than the remaining NFL schedule.
For Brady Quinn and Peyton Hillis, a different type of closure is at hand.
With emotions still prevalent after last week's tragic events, Quinn will try to lead the Chiefs to another victory when he and Hillis return to Cleveland to face the Browns for the first time Sunday...
The hot topic regarding past and present players has been concussions in football. Other injuries have been on the minds of many as well like spine injuries. Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL have taken steps to increase the safety of players and his current idea shouldn’t come as a surprise.
In a TIME cover story via Pro Football Zone, Roger Goodell shared his idea...