Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Shaun Smith has been accused of grabbing an opponent’s private parts for the second consecutive week.

Sunday, San Francisco 49ers right tackle Anthony Davis said Smith tried to feel on him. Davis retaliated and received a 15-yard penalty, as the refs never see the first infraction.

“He tried to feel me,” Davis said. “That’s weird, right?”

(No it’s not that weird…it’s perfectly normal. It’s just that the rule usually is no tug jobs for the OTHER team. It’s like helping a guy from the other team up from off the ground. You don’t do it!)

In Week 2, Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack accused Smith of grabbing his genitals in the second quarter. Mack was very upset and drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty a couple plays later for a late hit on a Chiefs linebacker.

“I don’t think he should be able to do that,” Mack said after the game last week. “I’m still fired up about it.”

Smith denied the accusations after the game and said he isn’t known for being a dirty player.

Check out the replay of one his grabs…what do you think?? Malicious dirty play or homo-erotic tackling??

prma