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Kansas City Chiefs linebacker shot his girlfriend nine times.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker owned weapons legally and was not charged with any crime, but did turn over firearms.

Cheryl Shepherd says of Jovan Belcher: "That's my son and I love him."

Bob Costas found himself at the epicenter of a debate about guns after his Jovan Belcher commentary.

NBC's Bob Costas says of his halftime commentary about guns, "My mistake is I left it open for too much miscommunication."

An NBC spokesman says Bob Costas isn't against gun ownership; the Chiefs and Romeo Crennel discuss gun policy.

Kansas City Chiefs player apologized to his mother, to his coach and general manager, saying, "I did it. I killed her," before shooting himself to death.

After Jovan Belcher tragedy, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn notes that, in a plugged-in society, we often miss what's right in front of us.

For the Chiefs, there will be no specifics today. They'll observe a moment of silence for victims of domestic violence.