End of the road for David Kircus

Former Lions and Broncos wideout David Kircus, whose career consisted of only 15 receptions for 308 yards and one touchdown, is better known beating up a guy and once working at a Subway restaurant between NFL gigs.

And also for passing a Mike Shanahan lie-detector test.

Kircus has been trying to make a comeback in the UFL, as a member of the Omaha Nighthawks.  But only a week before the team’s debut, Kircus has been cut.

The UFL announced the move today.

Kircus filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this year in the face of a civil judgment in excess of $100,000 held by the man whom Kircus beat up to trigger his troubles in Denver.