By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to ESPN, the NFL will review all three alleged incidents that former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was involved in before ruling on any potential discipline against him. Hunt is presently on the Commissioner’s Exempt List.
TMZ has been on top of the situation, as they were the first to report all three incidents. In addition, they were the first to report the hotel video that the NFL previously could not get from the February incident.
It was the video on Friday that Hunt could not escape. He shoved a woman and kicked her. Later that night, he was released by the Chiefs.
ESPN is reporting that Hunt could be facing a multi-game suspension. He went unclaimed on waivers on Monday.
Besides this incident in a hotel in Cleveland, Ohio, Hunt was allegedly involved in a restaurant altercation in June. There was also an incident at a nightclub in January.
The Willoughby, Ohio native reportedly threw a punch in the January incident. However, the individual did not want to press charges.
Hunt cannot play until the NFL makes their decision known following a review of the cases. Being on the Commissioner’s Exempt List, he cannot play or practice with whichever team, who signs him.
However, there is a good chance the 23-year-old may never play again. Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice never played again in the league once TMZ released the video from the former Revel Casino in Atlantic City.
Hunt started 11 games this season before being released. He had 181 carries for 824 yards and seven touchdowns. The second-year player also had 26 receptions for 378 yards and seven touchdowns.
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