Kareem Hunt apologizes, says he never spoke with NFL officials about assault

Kareem Hunt apologizes, says he never spoke with NFL officials about assault

Kareem Hunt himself said on Sunday that he's sorry for his behavior last February, when he shoved and kicked a woman, Abigail Ottinger, early one morning at a hotel in Cleveland, Ohio.

If the Foster situation never happened it would be a no-brainer that someone would have claimed Hunt. "I could've took responsibility and made the right decision to find a way to de-escalate the whole situation". Police said they did not see the video until it was made public.

Update: According to a report from Sportscenter, running back Kareem Hunt was reportedly cut for not being honest about the altercation that was caught on tape. He said he wants to get treatment for it, but also says he has not tried to seek treatment.

"When everyone else saw the video, that's when I saw the video, that's when the Chiefs saw the video", Hunt said.

Hunt, 23, a suburban Cleveland native, was widely considered one of the league's best at the running back position and was one of the primary weapons for the high-powered Chiefs offense.

The Chiefs are moving quickly to replace the spot Kareem Hunt left in the backfield.

More details to come. Reflection. I think he's going to do that.

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"We had work today, " Ware said.

The league issued a statement following the ESPN interview, saying that it has continued to review the facts of the case, including the video that TMZ unearthed, since the incident first occurred in February. I'm very embarrassed about it.

Even though the National Football League is just now acquiring all of the facts of the investigation, it appears like gross negligence to not do more in terms of interviewing Hunt and those involved in this incident when it first occurred. 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.

On Friday, the Kansas City Chiefs announced they were cutting Hunt after video of the assault was published by TMZ.

But it is the action that should keep him off the gridiron. 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.

Hunt now is on the commissioner's exempt list. "I didn't mean to hurt anybody or anything like that". I honestly just wanted her to leave. After all, the Chiefs still choose to pay Tyreek Hill, who has plead guilty to choking and punching his then-pregnant girlfriend in the stomach in 2014, so it's not the action that got Hunt the boot. "I'm going to take the time to better myself, learn from this, get some help if needed, talk to people and really just take this really serious".

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