Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt put on commissioner exempt list by the NFL

01 December, 2018, 03:59 | Author: Judy Cobb
  • Chiefs' Kareem Hunt Seen Pushing, Kicking Woman In Hotel Surveillance Video

In the aftermath of video showing Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt being involved in a violent incident with a woman in a Cleveland hotel in February, the National Football League was mulling whether to put Hunt on the Commissioner's Exempt List.

TMZ reports the incident happened at a Cleveland hotel on February 10th, around 3 a.m. Hunt was never arrested or charged in the incident.

The Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Hunt caught on video brutalizing and kicking woman.

Many took to social media and blasted Hunt for his actions, but once the original circulation of the incident began to spread, a lot of fans started to side with Hunt and his reaction to being called the n-word.

Police were called to the scene, but no charges were filed for the February 10 incident.

Albright tweeted that both the Chiefs and the league were aware of the existence of the video that TMZ ultimately made public.

The Chiefs have an AFC-best 9-2 record entering Sunday's matchup with the Oakland Raiders. Another woman who was with Hunt said he assaulted her. Cleveland.com reported then that one police report listed Hunt as a suspect, and another report listed the female Hunt shoved, Abigail Ottinger, as a suspect. Although friends of Hunt tried to intercede, Hunt shoved the woman once, knocked her over after knocking another man into her and then kicked her in the leg. Graziano said Hunt will likely be placed on the commissioner's exempt list.

According to that Cleveland newspaper report, a friend who was with Hunt said the two women stayed out in the hallway for about 30 minutes. The police report said Ottinger suffered abrasions to her knee and hand and a scratch on her chest. When asked to elaborate on the lessons he learned, he replied: "Just be in the right place at the right time".

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