Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

NFL Star Kareem Hunt Cut From Chiefs After Violent Video Surfaced

NFL Star Kareem Hunt Cut From Chiefs After Violent Video Surfaced

Hunt issued an apology on Friday night, hours after TMZ published video of Hunt shoving and kicking a woman during a February 2018 incident at a Cleveland hotel. Chiefs franchise saw the video and were immediately upset at what they saw because Hunt apparently told them something different and they soon released him from the roster. Shortly thereafter, following Chiefs officials viewing the video, the team called Hunt back to the facility to inform him they'd be releasing him immediately.

Patrick Mahomes became friends with Kareem Hunt previous year, when they were part of the same Kansas City Chiefs draft class. Four months later, Hunt was involved in another alleged assault, this time at a resort in OH where the running back reportedly punched a man.

This means that if another team wants to sign Hunt, he is forbidden from playing or attending any game until the investigation is over and a decision on discipline has been made. I'm not the type of person to ever even think about putting my hands on anyone. Nagy was the Chiefs offensive coordinator in 2017 when Hunt led the National Football League in rushing and was named offensive rookie of the year. "I'm extremely embarrassed because of that video".

He will likely face a suspension of at least six games, as the NFL intends to punish Hunt for this incident and a separate altercation he had with a man in June, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

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The reason there's weren't any charges filed in February is because there were two police reports filed from the incident with one listing Hunt as a suspect and another that listed the woman as the suspect.

Just 40 minutes later, the Chiefs released a statement confirming they were severing ties with him. When asked to elaborate on the lessons he learned, he replied: "Just be in the right place at the right time". "I made a bad decision at that time".

Speaking with Lisa Salters, Hunt said he wanted to apologize for the incident and also said he felt he deserved forgiveness.

Rice said he would like to help Hunt, "because he has a long life to live, this will be a defining moment, but it shouldn't be the moment that defines you". Because he is on the commissioner's exempt list and awaiting a suspension, though, he doesn't figure to play another down this season. The Chiefs told Hunt that he would never wear their jersey again but that they would help him learn from his actions and perhaps one day endorse him to play for another team. "I'm wiling to take any responsibility of any actions that come from this point on". "And I know that's where I masked a lot of my problems".

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