Chiefs coach tells police Belcher thanked him, then committed suicide12/1/2012
The NFL has decreed that Sunday's Chiefs-Panthers game will go on despite the murder-suicide by Kansas City linebacker Jovan Belcher that has rocked the league. But the memory of the player turning his gun on himself will be a haunting one for coach Romeo Crennel, who along with general manager Scott Pioli spoke to Belcher in the parking lot of the team's practice facility. The two men told police Belcher was "thanking them for everything they had done for them" and that they did not feel in danger. Belcher drove to the facility after killing his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, during an argument witnessed by her mother. The couple had a 3-month-old daughter. [Source]
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