After time in jail over burglaries to fuel an opioid addiction, Leaf has gotten clean and started working in the sports media. He worked for the Pac-12 Networks and Sirius XM last year, and now he'll be calling college football games for ESPN.
"I want to begin by sincerely apologizing to coach Andy Reid and his entire family for my comments yesterday. What I said has been interpreted by many as hurtful, insensitive and cold. And in hearing from listeners and relistening to what I said, I can understand why."
"It did not work out particularly well in his family life, and that needs to be added to this, as we're talking about the Chiefs. He wasn't real great at that either. He's had a lot of things go bad on him, family and players. He is not good at fixing people, he is not good at discipline."
"You don't have a kicker, a reliable kicker that you're going to need those points from after some of those turnovers...I think the kicking question is really big right now in Chicago, and I think that might be a problem for them this season."