Twitter reaction to Belcher tragedy

Here are some tweets about the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide:

“I am devastated by this mornings events. I want to send my thoughts and prayers out to everyone effected by this tragedy.”

| Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali (@TambaHali91)

“Times like this you have to pray!!! I love you man, brothers for life!!!!”

| Chiefs wide receiver Dexter McCluster (@dextermccluster)

“This just doesn’t seem real...praying for 59 and his family”

| Chiefs offensive lineman David Mims (@D_Mims70)

“I am devastated and heart broken. I’m sending prayers out to everyone involved. Always show love and never be afraid to talk.#Valuelife”

| Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen (@JeffAllen71)

“Sad day...prayers up!”

| Chiefs defensive back Donald Washington (@DWashIII)

“Praying for all my Kc family right now.”

| Chiefs fullback Shane Bannon (@Shanej37)

“Man Stop and say a prayer for the KC Chiefs family... Sad day #sweater”

| Former Chief Le’Ron McClain (@LeRon_McClain33)

“Prayers going up for Chiefs family and the families of all involved. Life is delicate:/ dont take a second for granted.”

| Royals pitcher Danny Duffy (@dduffkc23)

“I’m sorry, we also need to pray for the girlfriend who was murdered and the parentless child who will be forever scarred from this incident.”

| Royals second baseman Johnny Giavotella (‏@Gio2bKC)

"Thoughts and prayers go out to the #chiefs. Sad day."

|Sporting Kansas City goalie Eric Kronberg (‏@Ekronberg)

"Wow another sad athlete new in KC. Prayer goes out to the #Chiefs and the family of #JovanBelcher. #ChiefsNation the #SkcNation cries with u"

| Sporting Kansas City forward Kei Kamara (@keikamara)

“My prayers are with the @KCChiefs after the events that unfolded this morning. Life is way bigger than football could ever be.”

| Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel of the New Orleans Saints (@ChaseDaniel)

“Thoughts and Prayers go out to the kansas city chiefs players and family.”

| Panthers receiver Louis Murphy Jr (@murph918)

“Thoughts and prayers from the #Mizzou Football Family to the #Chiefs Family. GP”

| Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel (@mizzoufootball)

“The @Royals organization sends our thoughts and prayers to the entire @KCChiefs family during this very difficult time.”

| The Kansas City Royals (@royals)

“Sad to hear about the chiefs player who took his girlfriend’s life and his own...thoughts and prayers for both families and those affected!!”

| Former Royal Mike Aviles (@Themikeaviles)

“Life is wayyyy bigger than football...people forget that at times...respect their situation and pray for them”

| Ravens receiver Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR)

“Best of luck to both the Chiefs and the Panthers tomorrow. That’s going to be a tough experience. #soitgoes”

| Vikings punter Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft)

“My heart aches for the now parentless child from the #Chiefs Tragedy.. #Prayers”

| Broadcaster Jill Arrington (@JillArrington)

“My prayers goes out to everyone associated with the Kansas City Chiefs God bless you. Truth”

| DeionSanders (@DeionSanders)

“Thoughts and prayers go out to the families and the Chiefs organization during this time. So sad.”

| Texans quarterback Matt Schaub (@MSchaub8)

“Wow... Unbelievable tragedy. My prayers go out to the entire Chiefs organization and their families.”

| Jets quarterback Tim Tebow (@TimTebow)

“The Oakland Raiders are empathizing with the Chiefs organization... Our hearts are wounded by such an unimaginable tragedy in our NFL family. We will continue to pray for everyone involved.”

| Oakland Raiders (@raiders)

“The Denver Broncos extend their deepest sympathies and prayers to the Kansas City Chiefs and all involved in this tragedy.”

| Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos)

“My prayers to everyone in the Chiefs family”

| Sports agent Drew Rosenhaus (@RosenhausSports)

“Heartbreaking - KC chiefs player commits suicide after killing his girlfriend - So tragic - PLEASE- I BEG u if DEPRESSED - GET HELP !”

| Sportscaster Dick Vitale (@DickieV)

“My thoughts and prayers go out to the #chiefs and to the families that will suffer from these tragic deaths.”

| Bengals quarterback Bruce Gradkowski (@bgradkowski5)