The distractions for the Kansas City Chiefs keep mounting.
This was a rough week for NFL suspensions. Additionally, one of the premier corners in the league just received one.
The Chiefs suspended Marcus Peters one game for his behavior at the end of their game against the Jets. He will not play against the Raiders this week.
Andy Reid announced that he’s suspended Marcus Peters for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) December 6, 2017
Peters’ actions on Sunday would include throwing a referee’s flag into the stands. And, walking out on the game while it was still going on.
“I like Marcus Peters so, yeah, that’s a difficult thing to do,” Andy Reid said to reporters, “Any time you have to do one of these things, that’s not the best part of the job. But I’ve always told you I’m going to do what I feel is best for this organization (at) that time and I try to sit back and I try to evaluate it and that’s what I did and this is the conclusion I came down with.”
Peters is eligible to play against the Chargers next week.
With a must-win game staring them in the face, KC’s season is on the brink.