July 18, 2024

He’s back after so much pain and grieves concerning the past….

Defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs, who had been arrested several times in Alabama this offseason, was dismissed by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday.

On June 16, Buggs was taken into custody in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on charges of burglary and domestic abuse. That followed his charging on May 30th in Tuscaloosa with two misdemeanor counts of second-degree animal cruelty. It was discovered that the two dogs, a pit bull and a rottweiler mix, that were purportedly in his care were extremely undernourished and neglected. Euthanizing the pit bull was necessary.

Buggs’ bail on the animal cruelty charges was revoked after his domestic violence arrest. He is currently in the Tuscaloosa County Jail after being booked last Monday.

Buggs’ agent, Trey Robinson, has alleged that his client is a victim of an ongoing “subversive campaign” to force the closure of the hookah lounge he owns in Tuscaloosa.

The 27-year-old Buggs was chosen by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft after spending two seasons playing for the University of Alabama. Before signing on as a practice squad member for the Chiefs in January, he spent three seasons playing for the Steelers and two with the Detroit Lions. In February, the Chiefs signed Buggs again to a futures contract.

It has been an offseason of legal troubles for several Chiefs players this offseason. Wide receiver Rashee Rice was arrested in Dallas in March for his involvement in a six-car crash that injured at least seven people. Police say Rice was driving 119 mph on a freeway before causing the crash. Rice is facing one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury and six counts of collision involving injury

In addition, Rice is a suspect in the reported assault of a guy in a Dallas nightclub. But the man does not want charges to be brought by the police. According to Dallas police, the investigation is still ongoing as of last month.

Meanwhile, offensive lineman Chukwuebuka Godrick and Wanya Morris were taken into custody in Johnson County, Kansas, last month on suspicion of misdemeanor marijuana possession.

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