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NFL Suspends Willie Gay Jr. For 4 Games

Willie Gay Jr., a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs, has been suspended for 4 games for breaking the NFL's policy on personal conduct.

According to NFL Media, the ban is a consequence of a misdemeanour allegation of property damage that occurred in January.

It happened after he got into a fight with his son's mother. Maxx Lepselter, who works for Gay, said at the time of the fight that Gay was with his son when it happened. 

Lepselter says that Gay broke his son's mother's vacuum cleaner and was charged with damaging property worth less than $1,000.

Gay agreed to a pre-trial treatment program in June, which includes counselling for his mental health.

Gay will not be able to play in four games against the Indianapolis Colts, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Las Vegas Raiders, and the Buffalo Bills.

On October 23, during Week 7 of the NFL season, the Chiefs will play their game against the San Francisco 49ers. It is anticipated that he will play in this game.

Gay played in two games this season and made 16 tackles, two tackles for loss, two pass breakups, and one hit on the quarterback.

Elijah Lee and Jack Cochrane, two linebackers who were on the Chiefs' practice squad but were recently moved up to the main team, will help fill in for Gay.