Former Mississippi State LB Willie Gay receives multi-game suspension from NFL
Kansas City linebacker Willie Gay was suspended Monday by the NFL for 4 games.
The former Mississippi State standout’s suspension is the result of a January misdemeanor arrest for property damage.
LB Willie Gay was suspended 4 games by the NFL for his January arrest in Overland Park on misdemeanor property damage. Suspension begins immediately.
Tough news for the Chiefs. Gay was playing well.
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) September 19, 2022
The 6-1, 243-pound Gay played in the Chiefs’ first 2 games of the season and recorded 16 tackles.
A year ago, Gay was in on 48 stops for Kansas City and also had a pair of interceptions.
In his 3 seasons in Starkville, Gay recorded 99 tackles and 3 interceptions for the Bulldogs.
He was taken by Kansas City in the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the 63rd overall pick.