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Kansas Chiefs Chiefs Player, Jovan Belcher, Commits Suicide At Stadium After Killing His Girlfriend

A terrible incident happened at Arrowhead stadium this morning as one of the Chief’s players, Jovan Belcher, committed suicide allegedly after killing his girlfriend at an undisclosed location.

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This breaking news and is extremely sad.

An unnamed Kansas City Chiefs player has committed suicide at the team’s facility.

Local reports say police are operating with the belief the player fatally shot his girlfriend at a house before driving to Arrowhead Stadium and killing himself at around 8 a.m. local time.

The player’s name has yet to be released but The Associated Press reported the player’s age to be 25.

“We can confirm that there was an incident at Arrowhead earlier this morning,” the Chiefs said in a statement. “We are cooperating with authorities in their investigation.”

There were no other injuries at the team facility, police said.

The Chiefs (1-10) are preparing to host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Story is still developing.

Update: The Kansas Chiefs player has been identified as Jovan Belcher who has been with the Chiefs since 2009.  He went undrafted out of Maine was considered one of the best “small-school prospects” in the draft and was projected to move back to outside linebacker in the NFL. He immediately signed a free agent contract with the Chiefs and has been with them ever since.

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A Massachusetts judge has granted the request of Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee and mother of his daughter to receive copies of the three notes the former NFL tight end left in his cell last week before he killed himself.


Attorney George Leontire told reporters around 12:25 p.m. that a Bristol Superior Court judge had ordered the notes to be released to the family after Leontire filed a motion Monday demanding that they be able to “know their loved one’s final thoughts.”

As previously reported, Hernandez reportedly wrote one note to his fiancee Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, one to their daughter and one to a man described as Hernadez’s jailhouse lover. The letters were left next to a bible.

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A judge on Friday ordered key evidence preserved, granting a request from Jenkins-Hernandez so the family can investigate the circumstances of his death.

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