Now there is a third event that Kareem Hunt will need to explain for prospective teams and maybe NFL. The…
Now there is a third event that Kareem Hunt will need to explain for prospective teams and maybe NFL.
The former star Chiefs runs back, who cut and cleared the exception after Friday’s release of video showing that he is shooting and killing a woman at a hotel in Cleveland in February is at the center of another, less definite night club change, this one takes place in January in Kansas City, where one asserts that Hunt was among a group who hit him.
TMZ received video of the event, which shows that the jail is held by a security guard when a crowd is gathering around. TMZ reports that this is the moment after the alleged fight, where a 37-year-old man says he must become a hospital with a broken rib and broken nose. He filed a police report, but police said that the victim finally stopped working. No fees were made.
Chronologically, this was actually the first (famous) hunt for the calendar year that took place in the hours following the Chiefs’ 6th Playoff loss for the Titans. A month later, Hunt attacked a woman in a video that is now public, resulting in him being placed on the Commissioner’s excluded list.
There is also a third incident from June that NFL investigates, where 23-year-old accused of killing a man in the face of an Ohio resort.
I have only responded publicly to the Cleveland altercation and apologize to the victim and to the managers.
“I just want to let the world know how sad I’m for my actions,” I told ESPN on Sunday. “It has been a tough time for me and I am very embarrassed about that video.”
After the ruling NFL rushing leader cleared exceptions on Monday, it became apparent that he would not play again this season. The question is whether next year is an opportunity.
“I hope so,” Hunt told ESPN Sunday about the opportunity to return to the field. “I’ve worked for this all my life. I’ve given everything and sacrificed so much for this… If I get a new shot on this, the team will not regret it.”