Kansas City Chiefs’ Chris Lammons faces a battery charge in connection to an incident involving Alvin Kamara

An attorney Chris LammonsThe Kansas City ChiefsAfter being charged with battery resulting from substantial bodily injury and conspiracy to commit battery, cornerback appeared before a Las Vegas courtroom on Thursday.

These charges stem from an incident that occurred in Las Vegas on February 6, in which three other people were charged, including star. New Orleans SaintsRunning back Alvin Kamara.

Ross Goodman, Lammons attorney, stated that he wasn't asked to plead guilty. After surrendering to authorities, he was released on $5,000 bail. He will be back in court on March 8.

Kamara is facing a charge for battery resulting in serious bodily injury. According to the police report, Kamara was caught on video punching a man eight times. After posting bail, he was eventually released.

According to police, the victim was left unconscious after sustaining an orbital fracture in his right eye.

Lammons, 26 years old, has played in 14 games for the Chiefs over the past two seasons, mostly on special teams.

In 2019, he began his NFL career, playing 12 games as a backup to the team. Miami Dolphins. That season, he had only one interception.

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