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FOX NFL Sunday on the Jovan Belcher tragedy.
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We break down everything we know right now about a tragedy that sent shockwaves throughout the country. -- on Bulger was 25 year old undrafted over achieving starting linebacker for the Chiefs. Who recently signed a two million dollar contract. -- a beautiful baby daughter and had what seemed to be a wonderful life in front. It's something somewhere went horribly wrong. Soldier shot and killed his girlfriend yesterday morning in their home following an argument. And then drove to the team's facility where he committed suicide. -- yourself right in front of GM Scott Pioli and the team's head coach Romeo Cornell. For the latest on this tragedy we had back out to Arrowhead Stadium where Ron -- and Mike Martz are calling today's Carolina KC game in which the NFL has decided. To continue as scheduled Enron you guys have been around this Chiefs team. How are they handling things right now. Well Curtis you can imagine not -- very surreal. The last 24 hours for the team. The coaches of the community in the wake of this tragedy everywhere trying to move forward understand but. At the same time move forward and can get through this Damon. -- as a former player in this league I had never seen anything like this coach I don't know if you've seen anything like this is a former head coach in this league. You look at the whole situation not the same question I asked you last night if you Romeo and now how do you begin to. Talked to the players what do you tell them to get through this Damon more importantly because he. Witnessed the shooting what do you do yourself how do you get through this Damon conscience. What -- ask me that the meeting has there on my first response of I don't know I don't know of anybody really knows what to tell these players -- how to do this you have your compassionate. You have to feel for votes and Allen and what he's gone through and how he had to deal this with a football team that. I think he has to make sure that everybody the coaches and players alike understand that there is professional help counseling and there's chapel service for these guys if they needed. You know after the meeting course during the week bent and prepare for this game the decision was made to play this game they have to understand that they're gonna play this game. That does not diminish -- tragic loss of these two young lives. Then these players are gonna all react differently to what's happened is gonna affect more than others that is said they have to understand that you have a job to do. And that job affects all the guys on the football team. And so they're responsible do the best that they possibly can't be around we ran -- Scott -- this morning we asked him -- he was doing he's the he said. I'll get to this next weekend grieve right now. I've got a job to do and I'm responsible. To a lot of people and I've got to do the best job I can't I thought that was very well put. Then for Romeo I don't imagine coach Purnell. Had told his team that when you get -- stadium tomorrow morning you walk through that door you have to try to leave everything behind to get prepared to play this game played message here. -- Scott -- the general manager told us so we'll deal with this later on right now let's get through today and as of right now football is on. Here in Kansas City.