NFL 수비수 조반 벨처, 여자친구 살해 후 자살 '충격' , 여친 살해 후 자살 NFL선수 시신 수술대 오른 이유, NFL 캔사스시티 32년전에도 똑같은 사건 자살

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NFL 수비수 조반 벨처, 여자친구 살해 후 자살 '충격'

스포츠서울 고민경 입력 2012.12.02 11:25


[스포츠서울닷컴 | 고민경 기자] 미국 프로풋볼리그(NFL)에서 활동하고 있는 20대 선수가 여자친구를 살해한 뒤 경기장에서 스스로 목숨을 끊은 사건이 발생했다.

1일(현지시간) CNN 등 현지 언론은 캔자스시티 치프스의 수비수 조반 벨처(25)가 이날 오전 8시 쯤 캔자스시티에 있는 자신의 집에서 여자친구를 총으로 쏴 숨지게 했다. 


그 후 벨처는 차를 몰고 홈팀 경기장인 애로헤드 스타디움으로 향한 뒤 스콧 피올리 감독, 로메오 크레넬 코치 등과 이야기를 나눴으며 경찰이 도착하자 총으로 스스로 목숨을 끊었다. 

벨처의 자살 장면은 함께 이야기를 하고 있던 코치진과 동료도 목격한 것으로 알려졌다.



캔자스시티 치프스의 조반 벨처(왼쪽)가 여자친구를 살해하고 스스로 목숨을 끊었다. / 해외 온라인 커뮤니티

캔자스시티 경찰의 대런 스냅 대변인은 "경찰관들이 경기장에 도착해 주차를 할 때 총성을 들었다고 한다"면서 "벨처와 함께 있던 코치진과 선수는 별 다른 위험에 빠지지 않았다"고 설명했다.

올 시즌에서 1승 10패를 기록하는 등 최악의 슬럼프에 빠져있는 캔자스시티 치프스는 이날 캐롤라이나 팬서스와의 홈경기를 앞두고 이같은 비극이 발생하자 극심한 혼란에 빠졌다.

한편, 고교 시절 수비수로 이름을 떨쳤던 벨처는 지난 2009년 메인대에서 자유계약선수 자격으로 캔자스시티 치프스에 입단했으며, 올해로 4번째 시즌을 맞았다.

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여친 살해 후 자살 NFL선수 시신, 수술대 오른 이유


입력 : 2013.12.15 10:43:45 인쇄글자 작게글자 크게


여자 친구를 살해한 뒤 자살한 전 미국프로풋볼(NFL) 캔자시스티시 치프스의 라인배커 조반 벨처의 시신이 다시 수술대에 오른다. AP 통신은 15일 벨처의 가족들이 벨처의 뇌를 다시 해부하는데 동의했다고 밝혔다. 


벨처의 뇌가 다시 해부되는 이유는 최근 끊임없이 제기되고 있는 NFL 경기에 따른 ‘반복 외상 뇌 장애’를 판별하기 위해서다. 

머리에 자주 충격을 받는 NFL 경기 특성상 이 충격들이 쌓이면 뇌에 심각한 영향을 미친다는 학설이 제기돼 왔다. 

NFL 선수들의 때이른 죽음도 이같은 축적된 충격에 따른 뇌 장애 때문이라는 주장이 힘을 얻고 있는 중이다. 

이들은 나아가 NFL 경기 규칙을 바꾸든가, 아니면 경기 자체를 하지 못하게 막아야 한다고 주장한다. 

이번 해부를 주도하는 뇌 충격 전문가 베넷 오말루는 “벨처가 뇌 충격 장애를 지녔을 것이라는데 월급 전체를 걸 수도 있다”며 확신을 드러냈다. 벨처는 지난해 12월 여자 친구를 살해한 뒤 훈련장으로 돌아와 주차장에서 자신에게 총을 쏴 자살했다. 

갑작스런 그의 행동이 축적된 충격에 따른 뇌 장애 때문이라는 주장도 제기되고 있는 상황이다. 


벨처의 시신은 연구용으로 기증된다. 벨처의 가족들은 시신 기증과 관련해 어떠한 대가도 받지 않은 것으로 알려졌다.
 



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‘살해후 자살충격’ NFL 캔사스시티 32년전에도 똑같은 사건

    기사등록 일시 [2012-12-02 10:02:51]

【뉴욕=뉴시스】노창현특파원= 캔자스시티 칩스로선 32년만의 끔찍한 악몽이 재연됐다.

1일 동거중인 연인을 살해하고 자살한 조반 벨처의 소속팀 캔사스시티에서 32년전 똑같은 사건이 있었던 사실이 알려져 충격을 더하고 있다. 

캔사스시티의 주전 라인베커 벨처(25)는 이날 자택에서 사실혼관계인 NFL(프로미식축구) 카산드라 퍼킨스(22)를 살해하고 경기장에 와서 감독과 단장 앞에서 자신의 머리에 총을 쏴 목숨을 끊었다.

벨처는 살해장면을 목격한 어머니의 신고로 경찰이 출동한 직후 감독과 단장 앞에서 자신을 거두어주어 감사하다는 말을 남기고 자살한 것으로 알려졌다. 캔사스시티는 큰 충격에도 불구하고 2일 캐롤라이나 팬써스와 예정된 경기를 치르기로 했다.

캔사스시티는 지난 1980년 스타 공격수로 은퇴한 제임스 타이러가 아내를 살해하고 자살한 사건이 있었다. 

NFL 선수중 최근 자살한 사례는 덴버 브롱코스의 리시버 케니 맥킨리와 테네시 타이탄스의O.J. 머독과 은퇴스타인 주니어 쇼가 있다. 

캔사스시티의 클라크 헌트 구단주는 성명을 발표하고 “모든 캔사스시티의 구성원들은 오늘 일어난 믿지 못할 비극에 상처받은 가족과 친구들을 위해 충심으로 애도한다”고 말했다. 

뉴욕 출신인 벨처는 메인대 졸업반이던 2008년 ‘올해의 컨퍼런스 수비수’로 선정되는 등 탱크처럼 지칠줄 모르는 플레이로 잘 알려졌다.

그는 지난달 추수감사절 인터뷰에서 “하나님과 나를 돌봐준 가족과 친구들께 진심으로 감사드린다”고 말했으나 불과 열하루만에 스스로 비극의 종말을 선택하고 말았다.

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NFLUpdated December 1, 2012, 6:01 p.m. ET

Kansas City Chiefs Player Involved in Fatal Shootings

By KEVIN CLARK

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend before driving to the team's practice facility and killing himself in front of team officials, Kansas City police said.

Belcher, a 25-year-old from West Babylon, N.Y. who played college football at Maine, shot himself at 8:10 a.m. after a conversation in the parking lot of the team's offices.


Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher fatally shot his girlfriend and then committed suicide in the parking lot outside Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday. Photo: Getty Images.

According to police spokesman Darin Snapp, Belcher had a talk with team general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel and thanked them for his time with the Chiefs. Belcher then walked 20 or 30 feet and shot himself in the head, just after police arrived. Belcher's mother, who recently moved from New York to Kansas City to be with Belcher and his girlfriend, called police at around 7:50 a.m. local time to tell them that Belcher shot 22-year-old Kasandra Perkins. The couple had a three-month-old child. Belcher's mother added that the pair had been arguing recently.

The Chiefs released a statement on Saturday afternoon that said after talks between Crennel, Chiefs team captains and the league office, the team decided it will play Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers as originally scheduled.



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The NFL said in a statement, "We have connected the Chiefs with our national team of professional counselors to support both the team and the families of those affected. We will continue to provide assistance in any way that we can." Both Pioli and Crennel gave formal statements to police.

A regularly scheduled Chiefs team meeting still went on at 9:30 a.m. Other than that, no one else was near the facility at the time. A police spokesman said the coaches and officials were never in danger and were simply talking in the runup to the suicide.

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Kansas City Chiefs' Jovan Belcher during a game in September.

Belcher, a hard-nosed run-stopping linebacker who signed a one-year deal worth $1.9 million this year, had a dip in his production this season after dealing with a groin injury to start the season. He was a special team standout who took the toughest route possible to the NFL: undrafted free agent. He managed to stick on the roster for the last four seasons, tallying a career high 87 tackles last season. He had 38 through 11 games this season.

At Maine, he had a distinguished career, winning a conference Defensive Player of the Year award in 2008 and making All-American teams in the same year. The Chiefs were one of the disappointments of this NFL season, going 1-10 on the season.

This is not the first time the Chiefs have been visited by a tragedy like this. James Tyrer, a retired star offensive lineman for the Chiefs, in 1980 killed his wife and then himself following some business failures.

Clark Hunt, the Chiefs' owner said in a statement that, "The entire Chiefs family is deeply saddened by today's events, and our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy, thoughts and prayers for the families and friends affected by this unthinkable tragedy."

Other NFL players who have committed suicide in recent years include Denver Broncos receiver Kenny McKinley, Tennessee Titans receiver O.J. Murdock and retired star linebacker Junior Seau.

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NFL player kills girlfriend, then self

UPDATED4:42 PM Sunday Dec 2, 2012  
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A pro football player for the Kansas City Chiefs fatally shot his girlfriend, then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and committed suicide in front of his coach and general manager, thanking them for all they'd done before turning the gun on himself.

Authorities did not release a possible motive for the murder-suicide, though police said that Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend, 22-year-old Kasandra M. Perkins, had been arguing recently. The two of them have a 3-month-old child who was being cared for by family.

Belcher thanked general manager Scott Pioli and coach Romeo Crennel before shooting himself in the parking lot of the team's practice facility, police spokesman Darin Snapp said. Police had locked it down by mid-morning and reporters were confined to the street just outside the gates.

The team said it would play its home game against the Carolina Panthers as scheduled on Sunday at noon local time "after discussions between the league office, Head Coach Romeo Crennel and Chiefs team captains."

A spokesman for the team told The Associated Press that Crennel plans to coach on Sunday.


Belcher was a 25-year-old native of West Babylon, New York, on Long Island, who played college ball at Maine. He signed with the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent, made the team and stayed with it for four years, moving into the starting lineup. He had played in all 11 games this season.

"The entire Chiefs family is deeply saddened by today's events, and our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy, thoughts and prayers for the families and friends affected by this unthinkable tragedy," Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said in a statement.

"We sincerely appreciate the expressions of sympathy and support we have received from so many in the Kansas City and NFL communities, and ask for continued prayers for the loved ones of those impacted," Hunt said. "We will continue to fully cooperate with the authorities and work to ensure that the appropriate counseling resources are available to all members of the organisation."

The National Football League released a statement that also expressed sympathy and said, "we have connected the Chiefs with our national team of professional counselors to support both the team and the families of those affected. We will continue to provide assistance in any way that we can."

Authorities reported receiving a call Saturday morning from a woman who said her daughter had been shot multiple times at a residence about five miles (eight kilometers) away from the Arrowhead complex. The call actually came from Belcher's mother, who referred to the victim as her daughter, leading to some initial confusion, police said.

"She treated Kasandra like a daughter," Snapp explained. Belcher's mother, who is from New York, had recently moved in with the couple, "probably to help out with the baby," Snapp said.

Police then received a phone call from the Chiefs' training facility.

"The description matched the suspect description from that other address. We kind of knew what we were dealing with," Snapp said. The player was "holding a gun to his head" as he stood outside the front doors of the practice facility.

"And there were Pioli and Crennel and another coach or employee was standing outside and appeared to be talking to him. It appeared they were talking to the suspect," Snapp said. "The suspect began to walk in the opposite direction of the coaches and the officers and that's when they heard the gunshot. It appears he took his own life."

The coaches told police they never felt in any danger, Snapp said.

"They said the player was actually thanking them for everything they'd done for him," he said. "They were just talking to him and he was thanking them and everything. That's when he walked away and shot himself."

Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn told The Kansas City Star newspaper that when the team met later Saturday morning, Crennel broke the news to them.

"It was obviously tough for coach to have to tell us that," Quinn said. "He really wasn't able to finish talking to us. We got together and prayed and then we moved on."

But Quinn said the team was so stunned, it was hard to digest what had happened.

"It's hard mostly because I keep thinking about what I could have done to stop this," he said. "I think everyone is wondering whether we would have done something to prevent this from happening."

At the home of Belcher's mother on Long Island, relatives declined to talk to reporters. A purple SUV in the home's driveway was flying a small Kansas City Chiefs flag.

The somber mood lightened somewhat as darkness fell, with music playing and people drinking from Styrofoam cups. Belcher's family turned the front yard into a shrine, with a large poster of the player, an array of his trophies, and jerseys and jackets from Kansas City, Maine and West Babylon High.

"He was a good, good person ... a family man. A loving guy," said family friend Ruben Marshall, 42, who said he coached Belcher in youth football. He was stunned by the shooting and suicide. "You couldn't be around a better person."

At least 20 people gathered for a large group hug in the driveway.

Perkins' Facebook page shows the couple smiling and holding the baby.

"His move to the NFL was in keeping with his dreams," said Jack Cosgrove, who coached Belcher at the University of Maine. "This is an indescribably horrible tragedy."

Belcher is the latest among several players and National Football League retirees to die from self-inflicted gunshot wounds in the past couple of years. The death of the popular San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau, who shot himself in the chest in at his California home in May, less than 2 years after his playing career ended, sent shockwaves around the league.

Seau's family, like those of other suicide victims, has donated brain tissue from the linebacker's body for research to determine if head injuries he sustained playing football might be linked to his death.

Belcher did not have an extensive injury history, though the linebacker showed up on the official injury report on Nov. 11, 2009, as being limited in practice with a head injury. Belcher played four days later against the Oakland Raiders.

Earlier this year, the NFL provided a grant to help establish an independently operated phone service that connects players, coaches, team officials and other staff with counselors trained to work through personal and emotional crises. The NFL Life Line is available 24 hours a day.

Kansas City Mayor Sly James said that he spoke to Pioli after the shooting.

"I can tell you that you have absolutely no idea what it's like to see someone kill themselves," James said. "You can take your worst nightmare and put someone you know and love in that situation, and give them a gun and stand three feet away and watch them kill themselves. That's what it's like.

"It's unfathomable," James said. "It's something you would love to wash away from your mind, but you can't do it. There's nothing like it. I don't what else to tell you. Think about your worst nightmare and multiply it by five."

The season has been a massive disappointment for the Chiefs, who were expected to contend for the AFC West title. They're just 1-10 and mired in an eight-game losing streak marked by injuries, poor play and fan upheaval, with constant calls the past several weeks for Pioli and Crennel to be fired.

The Twitter account for a fan group known as "Save Our Chiefs" recently surpassed 80,000 followers, about 17,000 more than the announced crowd at a recent game. The group was organising a "Can Scott Pioli" food drive for Sunday that has since been cancelled.

-AP

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Kansas City mayor calls Belcher murder-suicide “worst nightmare”

Posted by Michael David Smith on December 1, 2012, 7:43 PM EST
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Kansas City Mayor Sly James is describing what the Chiefs are going through today, after linebacker Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend and then killed himself, as the worst situation he can imagine.

James, who visited the Chiefs facility today to see if he could offer any help, said the emotions of Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel, who witnessed Belcher shoot himself at the team’s facility, are indescribable.

“You have absolutely no idea of what it’s like to see somebody kill themselves,” James told the Kansas City Star. “If you can take your worst nightmare and put somebody you know and love into that situation, and give them a gun and stand three feet away from them and watch them kill themselves, that’s what it is like. It’s unfathomable. Think about your worst nightmare and multiply it by five.”

James said he wasn’t sure what role a mayor could play in helping the recovery from an incident like this, but he wants to try.

“This isn’t something that we have in our response booklet,” James said.

The mayor is speaking for many in Kansas City when he expresses the shock of being faced with an unimaginable situation, and not knowing if there is any proper response.





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Wisconsin Mass Murder Suspect Commits Suicide After 6-Hour Manhunt


Oct 21, 2012 By Associated Press


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BROOKFIELD, Wis. (AP) — A man police suspected of killing three and wounding four by opening fire at a tranquil day spa was found dead Sunday afternoon following a six-hour manhunt that locked down a shopping center, country club and hospital in suburban Milwaukee.

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Authorities said they believed the shooting was related to a domestic dispute. The man they identified as the suspect, Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, 45, of Brown Deer, had a restraining order against him.

Brookfield Police Chief Dan Tushaus said Haughton died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound and was found in the spa. Authorities initially believed Haughton had fled and spent much of Sunday looking for him.

The shooting happened about 11 a.m. at the Azana Day Spa, a two-story, 9,000-square-foot building across from a major shopping mall in Brookfield, a middle-to-upper class community west of Milwaukee. Hours later, a bomb squad descended on the building, and Tushaus said an improvised explosive device had been found inside. It was not clear whether it remained a threat.

Haughton’s father, Radcliffe Haughton, Sr., spoke to a television station and The Associated Press shortly before police announced his son’s death. In telephone interviews from Florida, he said he had last spoken to his son a few days ago, but didn’t have any indication anything was wrong. He begged his son to turn himself in.

After learning of his son’s death, he said, “This is very sad.”

Police released little about Haughton other than a physical description and a photo.

Online court records showed a temporary restraining order was issued against him Oct. 8 in Milwaukee County Circuit Court because of a domestic abuse complaint. Haughton appeared in court Thursday, when a no-contact order was issued, and he was told to turn all his weapons over to the sheriff’s department.

It was not clear who sought the restraining order, but his father said he was married.

A sea of ambulances and police vehicles collected at the scene shortly after the shooting. A witness, David Gosh of nearby West Allis, told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel he was returning from duck hunting with his father and a friend when he saw a woman emerge from the spa, screaming, as she ran into traffic. The area is near an interstate and a busy commercial road.

“She ran right out into the street was pounding on cars,” Gosh told the newspaper. Moments later, a man with a handgun ran out. He appeared to be chasing the woman but then went back inside, Gosh said.

The mall, a country club adjacent to the spa and the hospital where survivors were taken were among the buildings locked down as police searched for Haughton. At the hospital, staff members were escorted inside and critically injured patients were accepted with a police escort. Officers were stationed at all main entrances.

People inside the mall waited patiently for updates during the lockdown. Gina Kralik, a bartender at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers in the mall, said people had been allowed to leave at one point but then police had decided not to let anyone come or go from the mall.

“We’re just sitting watching the news and also trying to find out what’s going on,” she said about 3 p.m.

It was the second mass shooting in Wisconsin this year. Wade Michael Page, a 40-year-old Army veteran and white supremacist, killed six people and injured three others before fatally shooting himself Aug. 5 at a Sikh temple south of Milwaukee.

The shooting at the mall took place less than a mile from where seven people were killed and four wounded on March 12, 2005, when a gunman opened fire at a Living Church of God service held at a hotel.

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Tennessee Titans O.J. Murdock Found Dead and Police Suspect Suicide

Jul 30, 2012By The Yolanda Adams Morning Show

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Orenthal James “O.J.” Murdock (pictured) of the the Tennessee Titans’ was found dead Monday morning of what appears to be self-inflicted gun shot wounds, according to police reports. Authorities are speculating whether the young player might have taken his own life, reports USA Today.
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Murdock, O.J.

Murder Victim O.J. Murdock
Date of Death 2012/07/30

Gender of Victim Male

State Florida

County Hillsborough County, Florida
City Tampa
Weapon Firearm
Street Address 4801 N 22nd St
Tampa, FL 33610

Status Solved
Class Suicide
Race of Victim African-American
Race of Killer
Killer
Year 2012

Age of Victim 25

Identifier NFL/NHL Suicides

Initial reports indicate he may have shot himself in the chest. This is a disturbing trend among professional athletes who wish to preserve their brains for medical research. O.J. had returned to the parking lot of his former high school, the site of many of his greatest sports accomplishments.
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Jovan Allen Belcher (July 24, 1987 – December 1, 2012) was an American football linebacker with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He played collegiately with the Maine Black Bears. He played defensive end during his junior and senior years, after switching to the position from outside linebacker where he played as sophomore and freshman.


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July 24, 1987 

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December 1, 2012

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카샌드라 퍼킨스

출생: 1990년 10월 14일, 미국 텍사스 주 매키니

사망 날짜/장소: 2012년 12월 1일, 미국 미주리 주 캔자스시티
부모: 베키 곤잘레스, 대릴 퍼킨스
형제자매: 안젤라 무어, 대릴 퍼킨스 2세
자녀: 조이 벨처

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로메오 크레넬 코치 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romeo_Crennel

Romeo "Rac" Crennel (born June 18, 1947) is the current head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League.


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스콧 피올리 감독

Scott Pioli (born March 31, 1965 in Washingtonville, New York) is a professional American football executive, currently serving as the general manager for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).[1]Pioli was previously a front office executive for the Cleveland Browns,Baltimore RavensNew York Jets, and New England Patriots.[1] Pioli served as Director, and later Vice President of Player Personnel for the Patriots from 2001 to 2008 helping the Patriots franchise win three Super Bowlchampionships, and the NFL's only 16-0 regular season to date. However, because of the Chiefs middling success during his time with the team, his management style has received intense scrutiny from journalists and fans alike.[1]


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제임스 타이러

James Efflo Tyrer (February 25, 1939–September 15, 1980) was an American football offensive tackle in the American Football League for the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs. He also played in the National Football League for the Chiefs and the Washington Redskins.


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캔사스시티는 지난 1980년 스타 공격수로 은퇴한 제임스 타이러가 아내를 살해하고 자살한 사건이 있었다. 




NFL 덴버 브롱코스 케니 맥킨리 권총 자살 
댓글 0 [중앙방송]    기사입력 2010/09/21 07:47
    
NFL 덴버 브롱코스의 와이드 리시버 케니 맥킨리가 어제 자신의 집에서 권총자살한 채 발견됐습니다.

금년 23살의 맥킨리는 지난해 브롱코스에 5라운드로 드래프트됐으나 지난 8월 무릎부상으로 부상자 명단에 올라있었습니다.

맥킨리는 어제 여자친구를 아이와 함께 심부름 보낸뒤 이층 침실에서 자살했습니다.

맥킨리의 자살로 지난 4년사이 브롱코스 선수 3명이 자살 혹은 사고사를 당했습니다.



케니 맥킨리
미국 미식축구 선수
케니 맥킨리에 대한 이미지 검색결과
출생: 1987년 1월 31일, 미국 조지아 주 메이블턴
사망 날짜/장소: 2010년 9월 20일, 미국 콜로라도 주 센티니얼
키: 183cm
체중: 85kg
자녀: 케온 맥킨리
학력: 사우스캐롤라이나 대학, 사우스 코브 하이 스쿨

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테네시 타이탄스의 O.J. 머독 

O. J. 머독
미국 미식축구 선수
출생: 1987년 2월 15일, 미국 플로리다 주 탬파
사망 날짜/장소: 2012년 7월 30일, 미국 플로리다 주 탬파
키: 180cm
등번호: 15 (테네시 타이탄스 / 와이드 리시버)
부모: 제임세나 머독
학력: Middleton High School, 펄 리버 커뮤니티 대학, 포르 헤이스 주립대학

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NFL 선수중 최근 자살한 사례는 덴버 브롱코스의 리시버 케니 맥킨리와 테네시 타이탄스의O.J. 머독과 은퇴스타인 주니어 쇼가 있다. 








주니어 쇼

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junior_Seau

Tiaina Baul "Junior" Seau Jr. (play /ˈs./; January 19, 1969 – May 2, 2012) was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) who became a San Diego sports icon. 

Known for his passionate playing style,[1][2] he was a 10-time All-Pro, 12-time Pro Bowl selection, and named to the NFL 1990s All-Decade Team.


Tiaina Baul Seau 주니어 ( s의 eɪ  / ; SAY - 아야 , 1969년 1월 19일부터 2012년 5월 2일까지), 더 잘 알려진 주니어 쏘가 하는이었다 라인 배커 에서 미국 축구 리그 (NFL). 

그의 열정적 인 플레이로 유명한 [1] [2] 그는 10 시간이었다 모든-PRO , 12 시간 직업적인 사발 선택하고, 지명 모든 십 년간 팀 NFL의 1990 년대 . 

그는 사후에 프로 축구 명예의 전당 (Pro Football Hall of Fame) 에서 2015 년 에 선출되었습니다 .


원래 캘리포니아 주 오션 사이드 출신 인 Seau는 University of Southern California (USC) 에서 대학 미식 축구 를했습니다 그는 San Diego Chargers 에 의해 1990 NFL 드래프트 의 다섯 번째 전체 선택으로 선정되었습니다 . Seau는 Chargers의 13 시즌 동안 마이애미 돌핀스 와 3 년 동안 거래를 시작 했으며 지난 4 년 동안 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어트 에서 뛰었습니다 .


Seau는 2009 년 시즌 이후 프로 축구에서 은퇴했습니다. 


샌디에이고 유일한 수퍼볼 팀 의 뛰어난 선수였던 그는 나중에 Chargers Hall of Fame 에 입단했고 팀은 55 호를 은퇴했습니다 . 


Seau 는 43 세의 나이에 2012 년에 가슴에 총을 쏘아 자살 했습니다. 


National Institutes of Health (NIH)는 Seau 가 만성 뇌 손상의 일종 만성 외상성 뇌질환 (CTE)에 시달렸으며 


사망 한 다른 NFL 선수 및 자살 한 다른 NFL 선수들 에게서도 발견되었다고 결론지었습니다 [3] [4] 


질병은 반복적 인 두부 외상에서 파생하기 위하여 믿어지고, 치매, 분노 및 불경기 같이 조건으로 이끌어 낼 수있다. [5]


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만성 외상성 뇌 질환 (まんせいがい소성 뇌증, chronic traumatic encephalopathy; CTE)는 뇌진탕 등의  에 반복 부상이 원인이되며, 진행성 뇌 변성에 의한 뇌증을 초래하는 [1] . 사후 뇌의 병리학 적 검사에서만 진단 할 수 없다.

이 질환은 권투 에서 빤찌도란카 (dementia pugilistica; DP)로 알려져 있었다. 만성 외상성 뇌 질환은 현재 미식 축구 , 아이스 하키 , 축구 [2] , 레슬링 , 야구 [3] 등의 접촉이 많은 스포츠를 많이 볼 수 있으며, 뇌진탕을 반복 한 병사にもみ되고있다.

뇌에 타우 단백질 의 축적과 뇌 조직의 변성이 인정된다 [4] .

이 질환의 환자는 외상을받은 후 수년에서 수십 년이지나, 記銘力 저하, 용이 공격성 , 착란 , 우울증 우울증 상태 등의 치매 증상을 나타낸다. 알츠하이머 병 이나 파킨슨 병 등과의 감별이 어려운 경우가 많다.





By Daniella Emanuel, CNN
Updated 1926 GMT (0326 HKT) July 26, 2017

Story highlights
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) was found in 110 of 111 brains of deceased former NFL players
The study is the largest of its kind, examining 202 brains of former football players in total
(CNN)Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, known as CTE, was found in 99% of deceased NFL players' brains that were donated to scientific research, according to a study published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA.

The neurodegenerative brain disease can be found in individuals who have been exposed to repeated head trauma. The disease is pathologically marked by a buildup of abnormal tau protein in the brain that can disable neuropathways and lead to a variety of clinical symptoms. These include memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, aggression, depression, anxiety, impulse control issues and sometimes suicidal behavior.

5 things to know about CTE
5 things to know about CTE

It can only be formally diagnosed with an autopsy, and most cases, although not all, have been seen in either veterans or people who played contact sports, particularly American football.
"There's no question that there's a problem in football. That people who play football are at risk for this disease," said Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University's CTE Center and coauthor of the new study. "And we urgently need to find answers for not just football players, but veterans and other individuals exposed to head trauma."
The JAMA study is the largest of its kind and all of those studied were required to have football as their primary exposure to head trauma. The criteria for submitting a brain was based on exposure to repetitive head trauma, regardless of whether that individual exhibited symptoms during their lifetime.

Aaron Hernandez's brain will be examined for CTE
Aaron Hernandez's brain will be examined for CTE

The study points out potential bias because relatives of these players may have submitted their brains due to clinical symptoms they noticed while they were living. It also acknowledges the lack of a comparison group that represents all individuals exposed to college-level or professional football. Without that, the study lacks an overall estimate on the risk of participation in football and its effects on the brain.
Out of 202 deceased former football players total -- a combination of high school, college and professional players -- CTE was neuropathologically diagnosed in 177, the study said. The disease was identified in 110 out of 111 former NFL players. It was also found in three of the 14 high school players and 48 of the 53 college players. The study included brains of individuals who have been publicly confirmed to have had the disease, including Ken Stabler, Kevin Turner, Bubba Smith and Dave Duerson.

"The medical and scientific communities will benefit from this publication and the NFL will continue to work with a wide range of experts to improve the health of current and former NFL athletes," the NFL told CNN in a statement, noting that "there are still many unanswered questions relating to the cause, incidence and prevalence of long-term effects of head trauma such as CTE."

NFL acknowledges CTE link with football. Now what?
NFL acknowledges CTE link with football. Now what?

In 2016, the NFL publicly acknowledged for the first time a connection between football and CTE. In June 2015, a federal judge approved a class-action lawsuit settlement between the NFL and thousands of former players, providing up to $5 million per retired player for serious medical conditions associated with repeated head trauma.
"The NFL is committed to supporting scientific research into CTE and advancing progress in the prevention and treatment of head injuries," the NFL statement on the study said. "In 2016, the NFL pledged $100 million in support for independent medical research and engineering advancements in neuroscience related topics. This is in addition to the $100 million that the NFL and its partners are already spending on medical and neuroscience research."
Questions raised
The study examined both the brain pathology -- which is the behavior of the disease in the brain -- and clinical history of every participant. It identified four stages of pathological CTE severity among the brains, based on amounts of tau buildup and distribution. Stages one and two are considered to be mild and stages three and four are considered severe.

Inflammation in the brain linked to CTE 
Inflammation in the brain linked to CTE

Individuals who were reported to have experienced more behavioral mood symptoms during their lifetime were more likely to have findings indicative of mild disease as opposed to severe. These symptoms occurred in 96% of mild cases and 89% of severe cases. People with a mild build up and distribution of tau were also more likely to have died by suicide. Those with a more severe build up, on the other hand, were more likely to have experienced cognitive symptoms, such as memory loss.

The behavioral and mood symptoms in people with mild disease evidence may be the result of other influences, such as neuroinflammation or axonal injury, which is an injury to the brain cells, McKee said. The question of pathology's relationship to clinical symptoms is one they're hoping to answer in future studies, she said.
Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, national director of the Sports Neurology Clinic at the Core Institute, who was not involved in the study, agreed with the need to further understand this relationship.

"Just because we are describing the same CTE pathology, the collection of tau and the distribution that's consistent with CTE, that doesn't mean it's the only pathological process," Kutcher said. "There could be others that we are yet to identify. So I think its important that we don't just focus on one pathology, and that we start looking for others."
Seeking help
Studies like this have the potential to create a powerful narrative for football players who read them, but may not have a full understanding of the science or the bias in the sample, Kutcher said. This could lead players to believe that they are damaged and that there is no use in seeking help, he said.

"To me, that is one of the biggest issues we have right now," Kutcher said. "Not emphasizing that people should seek treatment for their problems."

Former NFL player Kevin Turner diagnosed with CTE 

Former NFL player Kevin Turner diagnosed with CTE

Although the disease cannot be formally diagnosed until after death, many of the symptoms of CTE that may be experienced during a lifetime, such as depression or anxiety, are treatable, Kutcher said. That is why its important for someone experiencing these symptoms to access a comprehensive evaluation by a neurologist, and work with them to figure out a treatment plan.

Kutcher said its also important to consider that the brains examined in the study came from players who played decades ago. Most of the participants with CTE played football during the 1950s, '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s, McKee said, with the rest having played in the 2000s and 2010s.

The experiences of the majority were different from those who play the sport today, Kutcher said, and there was not the same awareness, medical protocols or equipment to prevent brain injuries.

"My rule as a physician, as a neurologist, is to protect and promote the brain health of my patients over the course of a lifetime, no question about that. You have to look at the total person though," Kutcher said. "You have to understand why people play sports. It's an individual decision, everybody gets different things out of it. You also have to understand what the arc of their life is going to be, what their health is going to be at the end of their career."



Next steps

McKee and her colleagues are currently working to understand more about CTE and who is most susceptible to it. They are looking at the lengths of exposure to head trauma, the age of first exposure, the lengths of playing careers and how that relates to the risk of CTE and its pathological severity, she said.


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"It certainly can be prevented and that's why we really need to understand how much exposure to head trauma and what type of head trauma the body can sustain before it gets into this irreversible cascade of events," she said.

They are also using the 177 donated brains with CTE to try and see if there are any genetic risk factors of the disease.
"For the first time, we've established this really rich resource, not only of data, both the clinical symptoms and the pathological features, but also a tissue resource to enable future research in CTE," McKee said. "And we know that this study doesn't answer many of the very important questions in CTE, but the resource will help us understand the molecular underpinnings, will help us develop biomarkers and therapies by understanding the pathological features of the disease."
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that this is Concussion Awareness Week. It is Major League Lacrosse Concussion Awareness Week.








Updated: Feb 01, 2018 
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