KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Former Missouri running back Derrick Washington, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a former tutor in 2011 and is a registered sexual offender, will be given a workout with the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday.
Washington's agent, Matt Marino of EBSA Sports, confirmed to FOXSportsKansasCity.com on Tuesday that Washington will be part of the Chiefs' "local prospects day" workouts, which do not count against the team's 30 allotted visits with college prospects.
The Chiefs declined to comment on Tuesday and indicated that they do not confirm any visiting prospects.
Washington, a prep star at Raymore-Peculiar High, rushed for over 2,000 yards with Missouri before being charged with felony sexual assault in 2010. He was then dismissed from the team.
Washington was convicted in 2011 and sentenced to five years in prison. He served 120 days in prison in Missouri before being granted parole.
While serving his prison sentence, Washington also pleaded guilty to m...