Considering how Larry Johnson spent his past two days -- lashing out against his head coach and directing homophobic slurs at both a fan (via Twitter) and the media (in person) -- it is hardly surprising that today the Kansas City Chiefs told him to keep far away from the team.
Chiefs running back Larry Johnson has been asked to stay away from team activities, and he is not at team headquarters today as Kansas City returns to practice.
It is not a suspension but is similar to the punishment Johnson faced after last year's bye week, when the Chiefs benched him after a series of arrests.
The Kansas City Chiefs and the National Football League are continuing to investigate the alleged comments made by Larry Johnson. Until that review is complete, the Chiefs have instructed Larry to refrain from practicing with the Chiefs or participating in other team activities. A decision regarding Larry’s status will be made once the investigation has concluded.
Johnson has already issued an apology, which can be read at SB Nation's Arrowhead Pride.