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Isaiah Buggs and the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl back in February. Seemingly everything that could go wrong has gone wrong ever since.

Several Chiefs players have been arrested this offseason, but Buggs is the only one who’s had the distinct honor of getting in trouble twice, and both have come in the past two months.

You may have remembered the first time when Buggs was charged with a pair of misdemeanors relating to animal cruelty last month. This time, Buggs appeared to target humans.

According to Ryan Phillips of the Tuscaloosa Patch, Buggs was arrested on burglary/domestic violence charges in Alabama, where he played for the Crimson Tide during his college days. He is/was being held on a bond of $5,000. It is not currently known whether he’s been released from custody.

The 27-year-old defensive lineman joined the Chiefs’ practice squad in January, one month before they won the Super Bowl. He has yet to appear in a game for the Chiefs but has previously played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Lions since becoming a sixth-round pick in 2019. Buggs has started 23 of the 56 games he’s appeared in during his five-year NFL career.

Just a day before the arrest, Buggs was seen on social media praising himself for his growth as a man and as a father. Now, he’s spending parts of Father’s Day in the clink.

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