The Kansas City Chiefs will be without cornerback Marcus Peters when they host the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon. As Peters left, escorted by a member of the Chiefs security team, he even stopped to slap hands with a Chiefs fan in the stands.
Reid said Peters won't practice this week.
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According to a report from the Washington Post, Peters threw a referee's flag into the crowd after a holding penalty was called on a teammate. When asked about the situation, Reid stated, "This was something Marcus [Peters] and I discussed".
Reid also has given strong vocal support to quarterback Alex Smith, but the same team sources say Smith will be on a shorter leash based upon his performance against the Jets. He later returned, but obviously, his behavior irked the Chiefs.
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Reid slept on it and made his decision known on Wednesday that Peters would miss the Raiders game.
Peters was penalised for unsportsmanlike conduct, and he did eventually return to the sideline after an assistant was sent to the locker room to get him. The frustration from the rise to a 5-0 start, and the fall to 6-6, has resulted in several meltdowns throughout the season. The finish to that game - with penalties on back-to-back plays on the Raiders' late game-winning drive - was eerily similar to Sunday's meltdown.
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