Eagles mentioned as possible landing spot for Kareem Hunt

Heather Diaz
December 2, 2018

The woman fell down not because Hunt pushed her down, but because Hunt pushed his friend who in turned bumped into her. He said he met the girl that night but did not specify what the disagreement - which escalated to Hunt pushing her to the ground and then kicking her - was about. He shouldn't have done it, and you should never put your hands on a woman unless your life was in danger, but at no time did he brutalize her. ". It was a disagreement". Hunt said he wanted her to leave, but was vague on details. "But it's no excuse for me to act that way".

"Taking it day by day", Hunt said.

As to the why he did what he did, apparently "some things were said".

"That's not me. That's not the person I am".

"Honestly, I just want to let the world know how sorry I am for my actions and, you know, it's been a tough time for me and I'm extremely embarrassed because of that video", Hunt said to open the interview with Salters. Hunt was not asked by Salters about a June incident in which he allegedly punched a man at a OH resort.

Hunt admitted that he lied to the Chiefs about his role in the February incident with the woman, which was reported by local media outlets shortly after it occurred. And the Chiefs did what was right. Although they did their homework on linebacker Reuben Foster earlier this week after Foster was released for domestic violence, the fact there is video of evidence of Hunt - fair or not - makes this situation completely different. Kareem was not truthful in those discussions. "I don't blame them for anything". I didn't tell them about the video.

Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen that the National Football League did not interview the woman in its investigation of the incident. "We are releasing Kareem immediately", the Chiefs said in a statement.


Hunt remains on the exempt list, which means a team could sign him but he would be unable to play or attend games until the league's investigation is complete. If he goes unclaimed, then Hunt will become a free agent.

The NFL told the Chiefs to stop trying to obtain video of running back Kareem Hunt allegedly assaulting a 19-year-old in a hotel in Cleveland in February, sources claim.

He added: "I just regret not getting it all out there".

"Peer-to-peer, I would definitely try to help him figure out, 'How can we start dealing with the underlying problems in your life?' " said Rice, who also expressed remorse for domestic-violence victims. He said that he had only met her once before the incident and didn't know how to get in touch with her.

He says he believes he deserves forgiveness because he's sacrificed a lot to get to his position in the NFL.

"I am asking for forgiveness".

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