Breaking: A Kansas City Chiefs player may be facing the end of his career due to his involvement in a several matters with the NFL body….

According to documents from the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, Chiefs defensive tackle Isaiah Buggs was released on a $5,000 bond on Sunday after being arrested for the second time in a month on an Alabama charge of domestic abuse and burglary.

Nothing more was known about the arrest. Despite knowing about the matter, the Chiefs chose not to comment.

The 27-year-old Buggs turned himself in on May 30 after being charged with two misdemeanor charges of second-degree animal cruelty. Buggs recently inked a $1,292,500 deal with Kansas City for the 2017 season. It is reported that two dogs under Buggs’ care were discovered to be emaciated and neglected, and one of the dogs had to be put to sleep.

Alabama-bred lineman Buggs was a run-stuffing player who spent three seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

before playing for the Detroit Lions for the previous two. Over his career, he has played in 56 games, started 23 of them, and had 89 tackles and two sacks.

Buggs was going to be used by the Chiefs to support the middle of their line. However, that was before to their signing of Tershawn Wharton and Derrick Nnadi, two players who were about to become free agents, and their long-term agreement with All-Pro tackle Chris Jones.

Since defeating the San Francisco 49ers in February, the Chiefs—who are going for a record-tying third straight Super Bowl—have faced a number of off-field legal problems. On Thursday, they honored their most recent triumph with a ring ceremony.

Following a high-speed collision, wide receiver Rashee Rice is charged with eight felonies.  Chukwuebuka Godrick, an offensive lineman in Dallas, and Wanya Morris, an offensive lineman, were detained in Johnson County, Kansas, last month on suspicion of misdemeanor marijuana possession.

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