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Old 12-01-2012, 09:49 PM   #31
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How about his little 3month old that I am sure was in the house. Maybe mom was trying to protect their child. Shocking and sad. I have no sympathy for the man.

One word....

Coward.

Way to take your child's life and completely destroy anything close to normalcy. Good on ya sir.

I feel for all of those effected, but I have a very hard time feeling bad for the "man".
Amen. I understand we all have problems w women but that's never an excuse to murder someone
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:03 PM   #32
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I wonder if he was on a synthetic steroid. Too flip out like that with no prior history of violence and said to have a very happy relationship. Sreams to me roid rage. I pray for the baby and the family of both parties, Crennel and Pioli
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:48 PM   #33
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what... the... f#$%.
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:50 PM   #34
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I'm surprised they are still playing this game tomorrow. A player just killed himself at the team facility in front of a number of staff members and GM.

Something's in life are more important than football, those who witnessed it and teammates need time to grieve and receive some counseling.

He obviously has some serious issues, hard to feel bad for him when he killed his girlfriend in front of his mom and kid, basically leaving his child without either parent. I feel for the families.
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In this case specifically it would not have a long term remafication for either teams playoff chances if the game was moved to Mon or Tues. Something as tragic as this would warrant some time to handle the emotions of the what the organization has just been through.
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I'm surprised they are still playing this game tomorrow. A player just killed himself at the team facility in front of a number of staff members and GM.

Something's in life are more important than football, those who witnessed it and teammates need time to grieve and receive some counseling.

He obviously has some serious issues, hard to feel bad for him when he killed his girlfriend in front of his mom and kid, basically leaving his child without either parent. I feel for the families.
I agree, sometimes the NFL IMO gets a little selfish, how does Romeo coach tomorrow? Or even sleep tonight? Seriously that's bush league IMO
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Old 12-01-2012, 11:16 PM   #37
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The men who witnessed this man take his life are most likely still in shock, they need time to digest what has just occurred.
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I agree, sometimes the NFL IMO gets a little selfish, how does Romeo coach tomorrow? Or even sleep tonight? Seriously that's bush league IMO
I believe it was Pioli who said to play the game today, because he didn't want to let the fans down. I think the fans would understand if they postponed this one, if I'm Romeo Crennel I'd be having a hard time thinking about coaching today.
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Well the league could have overruled him and cancelled the game.
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Well the league could have overruled him and cancelled the game.
Could've/should've/would've. Read an article that said the ruling sentiment amongst the players was that they should play, to distract themselves from the pain. If that's how they feel I support it.
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Like others have said, they should cancel this game a least for a day. If you're KC how do you feel like playing a football game today? So sad.
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Could've/should've/would've. Read an article that said the ruling sentiment amongst the players was that they should play, to distract themselves from the pain. If that's how they feel I support it.
Most of these guys live by the regimented daily life football gives them. And often we have seen grief stricken players come out and play their best as they can focus on their work, instead of dealing (at that moment) with the painful reality.

sudden tragic death won't be overcome in one day, one week, or even one year. Short of just cancelling it, no amount of delay would change the emotional baggage that the Chiefs will be dealing with for the rest of the year.

That it happens so close to ST21's death anniversary I would think as Redskins fans we could understand a team's need to unite and drive forward under those circumstances.
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:39 AM   #44
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I think it's to their credit that they didn't.

Sorry if my sarcasm meter didn't pick that up. Still broken.
Not even remotely being sarcastic. They should have been reporting on it

As for today's game. I can't imagine what it will be like even for the fans to walk through the parking lot. A tragic event all around.
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:10 PM   #45
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interesting take by Tom Jackson this morning...He's more concerned about Cassandra the murdered than girlfriend and her now parentless infant than if Belcher was a "good teamate and all that"...Said to remember Belcher was a murderer.

I tell ya, gotta agree. The man shouldnt be celebrated today at all. Its certainly is tragic
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