Kansas City Sports radio station 810 WHB and host Kevin Kietzman "have agreed to participate" after the latest comments, where Keitzman attempted to draw a link between Chiefs coach Andy Reid's family life for the team's child abuse abuse charges against receiving Tyreek Hill.
The announcement was made in a joint statement published on the radio station's website Friday.
Kietzman made the remarks Monday at his "Between the Lines" show.
"Andy Reid doesn't have a big record of fixing players," said kietzman. "He does not. Discipline is not his thing. It did not work very well in his family life and it must be added to this as we talk about the bosses. He was not really good either. He has had many things that go bad on him, family and players. "
One of Reid's sons, Garrett Reid, died of an overdose of heroin in 2012. Another, Britt Reid, spent five months in prison in 2007 and is now entering his seventh season at the Chiefs & # 39; coaching staff.
Kansas City Chief's head coach Andy Reid is on the pitch before the game against the Los Angeles Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. (Photo: Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports)
By Tuesday 810 WHB had announced that it was pulling Kietzman out of the air and wanted to investigate the matter.
"We would like to thank Kevin for his dedicated service over the past 22 years," said Union Broadcasting, Inc., President Chad Boeger, on Friday in the statement. "Kevin has been a valuable member of the Sports Radio 810 WHB team. We wish him all the best in his future efforts and good luck ahead."
Kietzman had sent a sound clip to his Twitter account Wednesday to apologize for the incident and said he was deeply saddened by the comments he made in the air.
"It's been my honor and privilege to host between the lines for the past 22 years, and I'm proud to be the founder of this great local company that is so committed to our society," Kietzman said in the statement released Friday.