BREAKING: Chiefs Release Isaiah Biggs After Being Arrested Twice In Three Weeks

This moved seemed inevitable.

The Kansas City Chiefs have officially released with defensive tackle Isaiah Boggs after Boggs was arrested multiple times over a month span.

NFL reporter Tom Pelissero reported the news on Monday that the Chiefs had informed Buggs he was being released.

Buggs legal troubles started after he was charged with animal cruelty after two dogs turned up neglected and emaciated from starvation at a property rented in his name earlier this spring in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where he played college football.


From there, Buggs was arrested on burglary and domestic violence charges back on June 16th. That seemed to have been the nail in the coffin for the Chiefs, who have now parted ways with him.

A former Alabama player, Buggs is entering his sixth season in the NFL. He was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft and spent three seasons there. After two years with the Detroit Lions, Buggs joined Kansas City’s practice squad in January. The Chiefs re-signed him to a futures contract in February.

In 56 career games, Buggs has 89 total tackles, 12 QB hits, four tackles for loss and two sacks.