"When I told Julian, he was in shock", Moen said of the incident.
Shortly after the athlete shared the image, a teenager commented: "I'm going to shoot my school up watch the news".
Edelman, who helped the Patriots to two Super Bowl titles in three years before missing the 2017 National Football League season with a torn ACL, alerted his assistant, Shannen Moen.
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The threat was made in the aftermath of the terrorism at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students and teachers were shot to death by a former student.
Moen, who was then in Boston, contacted the police who sent officers to Moen's house to see the screenshot of the threatening comment.
The boy admitted to posting the threat.
"With the emotions of what happened, and I have a kid now, I said, 'Holy Toledo, what is going on?'" he told the Times.
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WDIV reported that the threat was directed at Central Middle School in Port Huron. "All of us, including players, are learning together to take these kinds of things very seriously".
According to Platzer, police traced the message back to a 14-year-old boy in Port Huron, Michigan. We look into them very thoroughly.
Police say they found two rifles at the boy's home that belonged to his mother. Without Edelman's reaction to the alarming social media post, police said, it's likely they would not have known about the threat. Police linked the post to a 14-year-old MI boy.
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He then allegedly patted him down and told he was "lucky" he wasn't being arrested and then left, Roechner said. Doctors pronounced the man dead when he was taken to Mymensingh Medical College Hospital (MMCH).