Monday, November 13, 2017

Kansas City Chiefs Cut Roy Miller After Brutal Domestic Violence Allegations

The reality is that he wasn't that great or vital to the team's success . . . And so he didn't get to stick around like other high-profile players. Here's the illusion of the team doing the right thing. You decide . . .

Chiefs Cut Roy Miller, sign Cam Thomas

Welp, that didn't take long. After Miller was arrested on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge in Florida, many speculated that the Chiefs were likely to move on from him before the legal process worked itself out. When more details surfaced about the arrest, which included an allegation that Miller pulled his wife's hair and shoved her, that speculation only increased.

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Did he take a knee ?

Super Dave said...

Smartest thing I have seen the Chiefs do in many years

Anonymous said...

The Chiefs always do the right thing when it comes to men who beat up on women.

Anonymous said...

According to the police report, Tyreek Hill kicked his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach, punched her in the face and choked her but he still plays for the Chiefs. If you're a good player, the Chiefs ignore domestic violence but if you're a back up you get cut.

Anonymous said...

Tyreek did that before he was a chief so it doesn’t count

Anonymous said...

Dumb ass should have declared himself Muslim and he would be scott free.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps he can be let out of jail for games. The fans would support that.