Posts Tagged ‘Jovan Belcher’

Video: Chiefs QB Brady Quinn on the Shooting in KC

In a press conference after the Chiefs v. Panthers football game, Kansas City Quarterback Brady Quinn talks about the apparent murder-suicide of his teammate Jovan Belcher.

Emotional Day in Kansas City Ends with Chiefs 2nd Win; 27-21 Over Panthers

The Chiefs tried to do things as normally as possible on Sunday. One thing that wasn’t so normal was the teams second win of 2012. Kansas City topped the Carolina Panthers 27-21, just about 28 hours after starting LB Jovan Belcher shot himself outside the teams facility at Arrowhead Stadium. The team rallied behind QB […]

Agent for Chiefs LB Belcher Says Never Thought Client Would Do Such a Thing

The agent for both Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher and Romeo Crennel, the coach who witnessed Belcher’s suicide in a parking lot outside the team’s Arrowhead Stadium training facility Saturday morning, said “never in a million years” did he think Belcher was capable of such violence, Peter King of SI.com reports. Longtime agent Joe Linta said […]

KC Mayor Tries to Help at the Scene of Belcher Tragedy; Game to Be Played as Scheduled

Kansas City Mayor Sly James was at the Chiefs facility today, and spoke to reporters about the tragedy of Chiefs LB Jovan Belcher killing his girlfriend, then himself. The Mayor spoke about Chiefs GM Scott Pioli and coach Romeo Crennel, who both were a few feet away from Belcher when he pulled the trigger. “He’s […]

Tragic Day in KC: LB Belcher Kills Girlfriend, then Self in Murder-Suicide

In yet another case that will put the NFL and football in a bad light, today Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher fatally shot his girlfriend, and then drove 10 minutes to Arrowhead Stadium and shot himself, committing suicide in front of his coach and general manager. Authorities did not release a possible motive for […]

Bio of Former Kansas City Chiefs LB Jovan Belcher

NAME: Jovan Belcher. BORN: July 24, 1987 (25 years old). HOMETOWN: West Babylon, N.Y. HEIGHT: 6 feet, 2 inches. WEIGHT: 228 pounds. NFL EXPERIENCE: Fourth season. PRO CAREER: Appeared in 59 games and made 44 starts over four seasons after signing as an undrafted free agent out of Maine with the Chiefs in 2009. Started […]