The Kansas City Chiefs will sever ties with problematic running back Larry Johnson, according to a team source that spoke to RealGM's Jeff Risdon on Tuesday afternoon. The league and the team are investigating a pair of recent incidents, including one where Johnson used a gay slur. This is not the first time Johnson has gotten himself in trouble by using a gay slur, having had to apologize for the same offense last season. He was forced to apologize for this, as well as for negative comments directed at head coach Todd Haley. Haley has thus far refused comment. The team has barred Johnson from any contact with the team. This is a precursory move before the team formally releases Johnson before the end of the week, according to the source. Part of the delay in releasing him involves going through the NFL?s disciplinary investigation, but the source was adamant that Larry Johnson has played his last game in Kansas City.
Chiefs To Release Larry Johnson