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Fri, 03 Feb 2006 06:08:44 -0800
The Kansas City Star reports former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Jason Verduzco pleaded guilty Thursday, Feb. 2, in Kansas City Municipal Court to disorderly conduct in connection with an October skirmish with a police officer. Police cited Verduzco with "attempting to inflict bodily injury" after he allegedly made an illegal turn into the Truman Sports Complex. A judge sentenced him to two years' probation. He also will be required to attend an anger-management program and complete 20 hours of community service. The Chiefs let Verduzco go in January when his contract expired. Also last month, a Johnson County judge extended an order of protection from abuse filed by Verduzco's former fiancée. According to court records, she claimed that Verduzco hit her, pulled her hair, shoved her and choked her while she was pregnant last year.
Sat, 14 Jan 2006 08:43:05 -0800
Diane Carroll, of the Kansas City Star, reports a woman claims Kansas City Chiefs tight ends coach Jason Verduzco abused her while she was pregnant. Jennifer L. Johnson claimed in court papers that he hit her, pulled her hair, shoved her, and choked her. She was given a temporary order of protection. The two were engaged and have had a child together, but Johnson is petitioning to gain custody of the child.
Thu, 12 Jan 2006 08:04:17 -0800
ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Kansas City Chiefs will not retain tight ends coach Jason Verduzco.
Mon, 03 Oct 2005 19:39:07 -0700
The Associated Press reports Kansas City Chiefs tight ends coach Jason Verduzco was sprayed by police with mace prior to the Week 4 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Verduzco became combative with police officers when they wouldn't let him turn into a stadium entrance he normally uses. Police attempted to prevent Verduzco from turning into one of the gates, but he did anyway. Police say he got so close to an officer that the bumper to his SUV was touching the officer's leg. Verduzco refused to backup his vehicle and started cursing at officers. Police tried removing Verduzco from the vehicle, but police was forced to spray him with mace when he started slapping officers and tried pulling away. Police issued a general summons for the coach that alleges he "did intentionally attempt to inflict bodily injury" upon the officer and refused to stop his vehicle. Verduzco was released on a signature bond.
Wed, 09 Feb 2005 09:23:41 -0800
The Kansas City Chiefs have announced Jason Verduzco, who served as the team's quarterbacks coach in 2004, will take over as the team's tight ends coach during the 2005 season.
Tue, 18 Jan 2005 11:59:20 -0800
Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs QBs coach Jason Verduzco is a candidate to become offensive coordinator at Syracuse University.
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