Death at the Stadium (Part 3, page 3 of 4)


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Part 3

​ The police questioned the old quarterback if he had any hard feelimgs and realized that had no hard feelings for Dustin or the team. Being injured to the point he couldn't walk the team was paying everything. He had some really high doctor and hospital bills that the team paid for and then his contract was also being paid since had been injured while playing football and he had just signed a ten year deal qith them so for ten years they would be alright and then even after because his wife a highly paid professor of science at the university that she put most of her salary in their savings account.

​ On Wednesday the police questioned the management and yes the coach and him didn't see eye to eye on every play but no hard feelings that anyone knew of. The general manager hadn't talked to him this season because he liked leaving the game strategies to his coaches They questioned the workers who tended to the footballs and they never had a disagreement on deflating or inflating. Concerning the ball there was a rule on the amount of air that was allowed in the footballs and they said he didn't like the minium amount of air but didn't like the maxium amount of air either so they would try to stop inflating them the in the middle. He didn't complain if one had too little or too much for his likeness. He was just a really easy person to get along with. and no one could remember when he did get upset with anyone.The rest of Wednesday and all day on Thursday the police questioned the rest of his teammates and ground crew but there were.no problems that was shooked out of the bushes. When they searched his locker they found an engagement ring that had been bought at a well known jewerly store before he went to the stadium on Sunday

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