[Twin Cities.com] John Brewer of the Pioneer Press reports that police were summoned to the Freight House Restaurant and Bar in Stillwater, Minnesota on Sunday morning, to help escort Chiefs’ quarterbacks Todd Collins and Trent Green out of the bar.
“Apparently they were causing a problem inside,” said Stillwater police Sgt. Jeff Magler. “When they (Freight House security) attempted to remove Collins, he resisted.”
A small struggle ensued until officers intervened and the players were sent on their way. There were no arrests in the incident.
About the same time Sunday morning, three other Chiefs also found themselves in trouble. Both Greg Wesley and Junior Siavii were arrested in a Minneapolis hotel after struggling with police, and kicker Lawrence Tynes was eventually charged with a felony after allegedly fracturing a bouncer’s nose in a downtown River Falls tavern.
Scoop: JaydaHolmes from ChiefsHuddle.com