This news is breaking now and not a lot of information is known at this time. According to Fox Sports Jay Glazer, a shooting occurred inside the Chiefs training facility at Arrowhead Stadium. Two people were shot including one player who’s name has not yet been revealed.
At current it’s not known the severity of the wounds or the condition of either persons.
FINAL UPDATE: Details are emerging of the incident and it is being reported that Belcher committed suicide in front of at least one coach. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Kansas City Chiefs and the families of those who lost loved ones this morning. According the Carolina Panthers, they have been instructed to travel as planned for tomorrow game against the Chiefs. There is some belief that the game may be moved to Monday but nothing is official yet. We will no longer update this information and urge you to follow ArrowheadAddict and Fansided.com for future information regarding this incident.
UPDATE: Media reports including ArrowheadAddict are now reporting that two year starting LB Jovan Belcher was the player involved in the murder/suicide. He and his girlfriend have a 2.5 month old child. Further details are not available as the league and the Chiefs continue to allow the local police to do their investigation.
UDPDATE: According to our sister site ArrowheadAddict.com, local news is reporting that a Chiefs player shot and killed his girlfriend and then drove to the stadium and killed himself. The name of the player has not been released as of yet.
police are investigating two deadly shootings Saturday morning that they said are related.
The shootings involve a Chiefs player and his girlfriend.
The first shooting was reported about 8 a.m. at a home near 54th Street and Chrysler Avenue. The second shooting was reported a short time later at a Chiefs practice facility located on the Arrowhead facility.
Officials said the Chiefs player shot and killed his girlfriend and then drove to the practice facility where he shot and killed himself.
It’s unknown if people were at Arrowhead or any of its surrounding facilities at the time.