Rashee Rice on the practice field and Rice handing out pizzas in Dallas.Rashee Rice (Photos via Getty and @_MLFootball/Twitter)
The Kansas City Chiefs have been embroiled in multiple off-field controversies this offseason, ranging from legal issues involving their players, most notably Rashee Rice, to inflammatory public statements by Harrison Butker.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rasheed Rice’s offseason has been filled with controversy and lawsuits, although he’s now trying to turn things around in his favor.

This week, the Chiefs wideout posted a video on his Instagram account showing he is on the road to redemption.

The 24-year-old distributed pizza and water to the homeless and those in need around Dallas.

“It’s your boy double R. We’re out here with some water and some pizza in the summertime. Everybody’s got to eat, you know what I’m saying, it’s great weather. Let’s do it,” the former SMU Mustangs player said.

This video marks the first time we’ve heard Rice speak since his involvement in a multi-vehicle crash in Dallas in late March.

Rashee Rice was driving 119 mph before causing a six-vehicle crash on a Dallas highway.

The affidavit states that Rice’s Lamborghini Urus hit 119 mph 4.5 seconds before the crash. Teddy Knox, a wide receiver for SMU, was operating a Corvette when the chain-reaction disaster occurred, per ESPN. He was going 116 mph when the crash happened, slowing down to 91 mph 1.5 seconds beforehand. After the collision, Rice and four other males were observed fleeing the area without checking to see whether any of the injured required assistance.

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Rice is facing one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury, and six counts of collision involving injury.

Rashee Rice Facing $10 Million Lawsuit From Victims of Six-Car Dallas Crash

Rashee Rice (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Two victims, Irina Gromova and Edvard Petrovskiy, from the high-speed crash involving Chiefs wideout Rashee Rice, have sued for $10 million in damages.

According to numerous accounts, both parties sued SMU wideout Theodore “Teddy” Knox and Rice in Dallas for alleged serious injuries they sustained following accusations that Knox and Rice were racing and caused a six-car crash.

The suit said that Gromova and Petrovskiy suffered “trauma to the brain, lacerations to the face requiring stitches, multiple contusions about the body, disfigurement, internal bleeding, and other internal and external injuries that may only be fully revealed over the course of medical treatment,” according to the Forth Worth Star-Telegram.