Damon Arnette did not make it hard for the Kansas City Chiefs to fully realize why the Las Vegas Raiders gave up on him. Not even a couple of weeks had passed since the Chiefs tried to gave Arnette a second chance by signing him to a reserve/futures contract, the cornerback has found himself unemployed again after Kansas City terminated his contract. That's following Arnette's arrest in Las Vegas for what appears to be a serious offense, per Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network.

The #Chiefs immediately released CB Damon Arnette after his arrest Friday night in Las Vegas for assault with a deadly weapon, per source.

Chris Maathuis of KLAS-TV shares a rundown of charges filed against Arnette following Friday's incident.

The Chiefs certainly knew of Arnette's past with the Raiders when they signed him. A video of Arnette wielding a gun and making a death threat surfaced last November, prompting Las Vegas to release him right away. With this latest development, it's fair to assume that Arnette has not learned his lesson.

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The #Raiders released Arnette — a 2020 first-round pick — in November after a social media video with guns threatening to kill someone. Kansas City signed him to a futures deal with a commitment to intense counseling and zero tolerance. Nine days later, arrested and released.

Kansas City, which is about to face the Cincinnati Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium this coming Sunday in the AFC title game, does not need such a distraction and did the right move with Arnette.

Arnette blew a golden opportunity to rectify a big mistake, and it's now looking very likely that his time in the NFL is over.