Kansas City Chief Security Tyrann Mathieu was recently the target of an imprint plot conceived by a distant relative, according to a report by WDSU TV in New Orleans Tuesday.
In the report, Mathieu is targeted by the 21
Sears was arrested on May 1 and issued a $ 25,000 bond, according to Baton Rouge Advocate. The lawyer says that Sears is being accused in the federal government because he threatens Mathieu via his mobile phone, and because Mathieu, his agent and Sears were in separate states when the contact was made.
Mathieu & # 39; s agent, Denise White from EAG Sports Management, told WDSU that Mathieu is " dealing with a family member dealing with a psychological problem" while adding: "Tyrann is fine His family is fine, they come through. "
] Mathieu, 27, is native to New Orleans and was a college standout at Louisiana State University. He was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2013 and became an All-Pro in a breakout 2015 season that saw him a total of 89 tackles, 17 passes defensed and five interceptions. His 2015 season ended after 14 games due to a demolished ACL, and after playing two seasons in Arizona he got his release in March 2018. After playing a season with Houston Texans, Mathieu signed with Kansas City Chiefs in March 2019 on a three-year, $ 42 million deal. Mathieu is expected to become a Chief of Defense for the Chiefs this season as well as keeping a starting point in safety, but the Chiefs will probably use him in a number of roles under the new defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.
"He can play anywhere," said Chiefs head coach Andy Reid about Mathieu on March 14. "You can move him out, he can play corner if you need him to play corner. In nickel. He's played on the ball, he's played back from the ball, he's sitting next to me, but he is not the biggest guy in the world but listens – he plays like that, he plays such a physical game and he is so good in the direction of scrimmage. I know that Spags will use it all, and it's exciting. "