A locker room display in the Kansas City Chiefs' changing area Sunday seemed to encapsulate a weekend full of confusion for the organization and its fans.
The locker of Jovan Belcher, the linebacker who police say killed himself Saturday morning after killing his girlfriend, was set up by the team as if Belcher would be playing Sunday.
His jersey was hung, his helmet and pants were on the hooks and his cleats were nearby.
Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer tweeted a photo of the locker.
Even the players themselves were not sure what to make of the display.
"I don't know if it's a shrine, or whatever you want to put it. It's a tribute," offensive tackle Eric Winston said. "He was a player on this team. We're all struggling to reconcile the conflicting emotions we have about a family member, a teammate and the tragic events that took place yesterday. It's hard."
Belcher was not honored publicly on Sunday, but a moment of silence was held in honor of victims of domestic violence.
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