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Latest Bashaud Breeland Update Proves Chiefs Have No Choice But to Cut Him

After recent update, Bashaud Breeland’s future with team looks bleak

 

The Kansas City Chiefs only have one choice when it comes to Bashaud Breeland.

 

After facing an arrest on Tuesday, there are likely consequences for the Chief’s cornerback. However, Breeland was already facing a suspension, which means he will likely be cut by the team according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

 

“#Chiefs CB Bashaud Breeland — who was arrested Tuesday on multiple charges, including marijuana possession — was already facing a four-game suspension for a separate violation of the substance-abuse policy, sources tell me and @MikeGarafolo. Breeland is appealing.”

 

According to reports out of South Carolina, Breeland was arrested on multiple charges.

 

#Chiefs CB Bashaud Breeland was arrested Tuesday afternoon in South Carolina, per @postandcourier,” via NFL Update. “Breeland is facing multiple charges including resisting arrest, having alcohol in a motor vehicle with the seal broken, marijuana possession, and driving without a license.”

 

He was booked at 1:26 p.m. after being pulled over. Many of the charges relate to what was inside the vehicle, but also his behavior after the stop.

 

He was released on $2,362.50 bond later that night according to the report obtained by ESPN. A full arrest report has been released.

 

According to the report, Breeland and others attempted to flee the scene after an officer saw the group smoking near a gas station. He said Breeland resisted arrest and attempted to get into his vehicle and leave when he was informed he was being detained.

 

There is one team that makes sense via trade, the Houston Texans, but at this point it looks like Breeland would be too much baggage and he will likely miss at least half of the season.

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