Gay was arrested in January in Overland Park, Kansas, for criminal property damage of less than $1,000, a misdemeanor.
Gay agreed over the summer to enter a diversion program to resolve the criminal case.
For the next two weeks, according to NFL rules, Gay is prohibited from entering the Chiefs’ practice facility or having any contact with team officials. After two weeks, he can enter the team facility and attend team meetings.
Gay started both games for the Chiefs this season and was second on the team in tackles with 16. He was also tied for the team lead in tackles for loss (2) and passes defended (2).
The Chiefs drafted a linebacker, Leo Chenal, in the third round this year. Their other linebackers are veterans Elijah Lee and Darius Harris, who have played mainly on special teams, and undrafted rookie Jack Cochrane.