Chiefs’ Willie Gay Suspended Four Games For Damaging Vacuum During Fight With A Woman

Willie Gay Jr. has been suspended due to a January domestic violence arrest.

The Kansas City Chiefs linebacker has been suspended for the next four games of the NFL regular season for violating the personal conduct policy.

Gay claimed he was visiting his son’s house and argued with the boy’s mother. He then damaged a vacuum during the argument and was charged with destruction of property of less than $1,000.

Gay suffered a torn meniscus in the AFC Championship game and finished the playoffs on the injured reserve. He returned from the reserve list in October.


In 2022, Gay has appeared in two games for the Chiefs and recorded 16 tackles and two pass deflections.