BREAKING NEWS: Two Kansas City Chiefs players are arrested for marijuana possession as nightmare offseason for the Super Bowl winners continues – There’s a lot of DRAMA going on with the Chiefs Players

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Kansas City Chiefs players Wanya Morris and Chukwuebuka Godrick have both been arrested for misdemeanor marijuana possession.


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The offensive linemen were booked early on Friday morning after being arrested Thursday night by a sheriff’s deputy.

They were released on Friday afternoon after posting a $2,500 bond, according to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. Both men will appear in court on May 23.

The charge facing them both is a Class A misdemeanor – meaning it could lead to a fine of $2,500 and the possibility of a year in jail.

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Morris won the Super Bowl with the Chiefs earlier this year. The former third-round pick out of Oklahoma played 14 times last season and should compete for a starting spot this year.

Godrick, however, spent time on the Chiefs’ practice squad having joined the NFL’s International Pathway Player in 2023.

The arrests come at a terrible time for the Chiefs, who have endured a difficult offseason since they beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl in February.

Kicker Harrison Butker has been fiercely criticized all week for a controversial speech he gave at a Kansas college’s commencement ceremony.

Butker congratulated the women receiving degrees at Benedictine College and said most of them were probably more excited about getting married and having children.

He also said some Catholic leaders were ‘pushing dangerous gender ideologies onto the youth of America.’

Butker, whose own mother is an accomplished physicist, also criticized Pride month and President Joe Biden’s stance on abortion.

The controversial speech has attracted fierce backlash and, a day after his address, a petition was set up to have the Chiefs kicker removed from the team’s roster ahead of the 2024 NFL season. It has now received over 187,000 signatures.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Rashee Rice is suspected of assault in Dallas a little over a month after he was one of the speeding drivers in a crash that led to multiple charges.

Law enforcement officials said Rice was suspected of assaulting a person at a downtown nightclub earlier this month, and that the person went to a hospital after the encounter.

Rice reported to the Chiefs for voluntary workouts last month, when Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he had spoken to the receiver and the team was letting the legal process play out.

The former SMU and Dallas-area high school player reported to the Chiefs shortly after turning himself into Dallas police over multiple charges, including aggravated assault, involving the high-speed crash.

Rice’s attorney, Texas state Sen. Royce West, has previously acknowledged Rice was speeding in a Lamborghini SUV when the crash involving six vehicles happened March 30. Police said Theodore Knox, who also played for SMU, was driving a Corvette.

Rice, who turned 24 last month, and Knox have been charged with one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury and six counts of collision involving injury.