Following the emergence of security camera footage from an OH hotel which showed the Kansas City Chiefs running back physically abusing a woman, Hunt's team released him. Near the end of the video, Hunt is also caught on film kicking the woman while she's on the ground.
Not only is Kareem Hunt under NFL investigation for the incident that took place back in February, but it appears that the league is also looking into a second incident involving Hunt that took place during the offseason. Riddick sees the Chiefs as not messing around after taking swift action by releasing Hunt. Make no mistake, KC didn't release the back because of what happened, the Chiefs let him go because it was on video and because Hunt lied to them.
ESPN will air an interview of Hunt at 11:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, as part of the Sunday NFL Countdown show. Rice told NFL.com that he would've urged Hunt to consider whether it was "worth risking it all for a split-second decision - for something you know you can get out of", but acknowledged that Hunt might not have been "in his right mind" when he lashed out.
After leading the National Football League in rushing last season, Hunt had already run for more than 800 yards while scoring 14 touchdowns in helping the Chiefs to a 9-2 record. "I'm extremely embarrassed for that video".More news: Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas will stay at Stamford Bridge until end of season
The NFL said in a statement Sunday that its investigation began immediately after the incident in February and that the league "continues to pursue a complete understanding of the facts".
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. Once the Chiefs found out about the video on Friday afternoon, they pulled him off the practice field and sent him home. "I made a bad decision at that time".
"I'm not going to get into that", Nagy said. He is now on the NFL Exempt List, which means he is not allowed to play, practice or even attend games, but if his punishment is levied that status will likely be rescinded.
I have taken a deeper look at my own life and I think: What was his upbringing like?
Foster has since been signed by Washington and put on the NFL's exempt list. He can not serve his suspension until claimed by a team. "I feel like I let a lot of people down, and I just really want to apologize to everybody, the Chiefs organization, my family and close friends".