Check out what Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters said that got himself in so much trouble with his coach. Read on…
Now, we will be the first to tell you it was a rather hilarious interview because he was talking like he was speaking to some friends… REAL Shhh…
The Chiefs were upset since they felt that Peters apparent to use profanity directed to a fan during Monday night’s game against Washington at Arrowhead Stadium.
“I had a chance to see what took place. We can’t go in that direction. It’s been addressed. I love the compete in the kid. I appreciate his work ethic and everything else but as professionals that’s not something we want to take place.”
If you didn’t see the footage, Peters was caught by TV cameras shouting at a fan behind the Chiefs bench after allowing a touchdown pass in the third quarter of the game. The Chiefs won 29-20, but the incident was shown live on ESPN’s broadcast.
It didn’t end there, Peters was also among several players from both teams involved in an incident at midfield during pregame warm-ups. Players were jawing with one another and had to be separated by coaches.
Peters was the last Chiefs player to be pulled from the incident.
In addition to the field incident, Peters, who rarely speaks to reporters, decided to tell a reporter:
“I killed my damn self” by giving up the touchdown catches. He claimed that Pryor pushed off on the first, “but that’s the game of football.” And he ultimately called his performance “hella weak.” The funny part of this is that he cussed the whole interview.