Updated Dec 1, 2012 - 10:22 am
Cardinals players react to NFL tragedy in Kansas City
The player then drove to the Chiefs' practice facility and tragically took his own life.
While new details are still coming to light, several Cardinals players took to social media to chime in on the unfortunate events.
Sad news from KC. Prayers are with thefamilies and teammates involved.— Adam Snyder (@ASnyds68) December 1, 2012
Prayers for the KC Chiefs family..!!— Quentin Groves (@QuentinGroves) December 1, 2012
Since the initial report, CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora has confirmed with the Chiefs organization, that the unnamed player was fourth-year linebacker Jovan Belcher.
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