But there is apparently more to his suspension than tossing a flag into the stands at MetLife Stadium and leaving the field. News came out on Saturday that the Chiefs' decision to suspend Peters resulted more from internal conflict between Peters and an unnamed assistant coach after the game than anything on the field.
NFL Network reports that Peters also had a verbal altercation with a coach on the team bus to the airport after Sunday's game at NY, and that contributed to the team's decision to suspend him as well.
Thinking he had been ejected for the stunt, Peters headed to the locker room but in reality hadn't been tossed.
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Erdogan said Turkey would continue its diplomatic efforts to reverse President Donald Trump's announcement, which he calls "null". Arab foreign ministers have urged the U.S.to abandon it, stating it would increase violence throughout the region.
NFL Network's Michael Robinson spoke with Peters during the week and discussed the defender's suspension.
"I think the loss of Eric Berry has done some damage to Marcus Peters on a personal note, just not being able to have that guy like an Ike Taylor in that locker room to be able to lean on when you're going through something".
After beginning the year on fire at 5-0, Kansas City has played so poorly that the Chargers (who began the season 0-4) have caught them at the top of the AFC West, marking a three-way tie with Oakland at 6-6 heading into Sunday.
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