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Chiefs Praised For Handling Murder-Suicide "With Class"
Published December 4, 2012
SHOULD GAME HAVE BEEN PLAYED? The topic of whether Sunday's Panthers-Chiefs game should have been rescheduled was discussed on ESPN's "Around The Horn" yesterday. Denver Post columnist Woody Paige said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell “should have stepped in and said, ‘No, we’re not playing this game for a variety of reasons.’” SB Nation’s Bomani Jones said the “complexity of this situation indicates that they should not have played the game. The fact that they did a moment of silence and couldn’t even figure out how to name anyone that had died tells you how difficult this was for everybody" (“Around The Horn,” ESPN, 12/3).