Kadarius Toney goes on another NSFW rant and proves Giants were right to move on

Things aren't going well for Toney even if the Chiefs are Super Bowl-bound

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Things just can't stay the course for former NY Giants first-round pick Kadarius Toney, can they? His time in East Rutherford was filled with nothing but drama, leading to general manager Joe Schoen trading him last season before the deadline.

Toney called out the Giants multiple times and looked to find a solid fit with the Chiefs, helping Patrick Mahomes and Co. win a Super Bowl last February. Fast forward to present time, though, and Toney is back to his old tricks. Over the weekend, he called out the Chiefs for basically lying in saying that he's injured. Yup, this is not a good look for Toney at all.

Kadarius Toney blasting the Chiefs has shocked a lot of people

On Sunday, the Chiefs had Toney as inactive in the AFC Championship Game against the Ravens, saying he was out of action due to an injury and for a personal reason. It was later reported that the personal reason was the birth of his first child.

However, Toney taking to his social media to say he's doing just fine and that he's not injured is similar to what he said on his way out of East Rutherford. Toney then took aim at the front office and Giants fans as a whole, which was disappointing to see.

Now, Toney is taking away attention from the Chiefs upsetting the Ravens in Baltimore and moving on to face the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Feb. 11. Mahomes and Travis Kelce are looking for their third Lombardi Trophy.

Everyone in Kansas City is fired up, but Toney's rant, which included foul language, has people pretty upset at him. At the end of the day, though, his behavior has once again proved that Schoen was right to move on and get back a pair of draft picks in exchange for him, one of which was used in a trade to land Darren Waller. Sorry KC, he's your problem now, but who knows how much longer the AFC West side will keep him around.

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