Monday, December 3, 2018

Kareem Hunt apologizes in wake of release: RB lied to Chiefs, says he never spoke to NFL

By CBS News, Dec. 02, 2018

Video released by TMZ on Friday afternoon showed former Chiefs running Kareem Hunt assaulting a woman in a hotel hallway. The incident took place in February and Hunt, despite an NFL investigation into the matter, was not disciplined for it at the time. The Chiefs released him in the wake of the video, cutting ties with Hunt on Friday afternoon. 

On Sunday morning, Hunt, now a free agent on waivers until Monday at 4 p.m. ET, spoke with Lisa Salters of ESPN during a live interview in which he repeatedly apologized for his actions and provided some details about the incident.
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