Video emerges of third alleged Kareem Hunt fight incident


A police report names the 23-year-old, along with former Chiefs running back George Atkinson and one other as the suspects who beat a 38-year-old man inside Mosaic nightclub, breaking his rib and nose on January 7. It shows Hunt being restrained several times by friends before pushing a woman to the ground, where he proceeds to kick her. Police were called to the scene during the February 10 incident, no charges were filed. Hunt now is on the commissioner's exempt list and can not play even if another team signs him. Hunt also was involved in a June incident, according to TMZ, in which he allegedly punched a man at an OH resort.

A police spokesman said the accuser stopped cooperating after he filed the report, and that he declined to file charges.

It looks like the Kansas City Chiefs roster isn't the only entity that disgraced running back Kareem Hunt has been removed from in the past week.

He told Kansas City police he was walking to the bathroom when he noticed one of his friends getting shoved by three men, one of whom he identified as Atkinson who is now a free agent.

The Chiefs have been asked for comment by FanSided, but no response has come yet. The man said he was defending a friend who had been shoved by Atkinson.

According the photographer, Shelley Lipton, the Steelers fan told the man and woman in front of him, Chargers fans, to sit down but they told him "it was their turn" to stand and cheer.

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Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said he has not spoken to Hunt, but sent him a text message.

Let's be real, Hunt is a 23-year-old running back who led the National Football League in rushing (1,327 yards) on 4.9 yards per carry, and reached the Pro Bowl in 2017.

In the video you can see Hunt yelling as a security guard tries to hold him back. He took responsibility for the incident in an interview with ESPN over the weekend. "With a nightclub scuffle, it happens all the time and we get called to them all the time and a lot of times, people don't press charges".

Hunt led the league in rushing yardage as a rookie, with 1,327 rushing yards and 11 total touchdowns during his first season.

"I'm asking for forgiveness and I definitely believe I deserve forgiveness", Hunt told ESPN.

Harbaugh coached Rice for all of his six seasons in Baltimore, presiding over his rise to a Pro Bowl running back and Super Bowl champion and his eventual fall.