Published: Tue, December 04, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Kareem Hunt linked to another assault, at Mosaic nightclub in Kansas City

Kareem Hunt linked to another assault, at Mosaic nightclub in Kansas City

Asked whether he could empathize with the Chiefs and coach Andy Reid, whom he worked for as a Philadelphia Eagles assistant coach and special teams coordinator before being hired in Baltimore, Harbaugh held back.

A man told police that he was beaten by former National Football League running back George Atkinson and other men, including Hunt, according to a police report obtained by TMZ. The victim allegedly told TMZ he did not plan on pressing any charges against Hunt. But the video shows Hunt knocking over and kicking the woman in the hotel's hallway.

There is also a third assault allegation stemming from a reported attack in June, when Hunt is said to have punched a man at an OH resort.

Hunt has already apologized to all concerned parties since his release, but that's just a drop in a bucket in terms of what it would take for him to join an National Football League roster again.

The NFL Network says Hunt is facing more than a six-game suspension.

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Ottinger, who reportedly attends Kent State, told police that the incident started because she refused to have sex with a member of Hunt's entourage.

Any team brazen enough to sign Hunt off the free-agent market would receive an exponentially massive public relations nightmare, especially when considering that it was not that long ago when the Washington Redskins were put in a bad light after they claimed Reuben Foster, who had just been cut by the San Francisco 49ers over a domestic violence arrest.

Members of the entourage told police Ottinger called Hunt the N-word and physically hit a female member of the entourage.

In an interview over the weekend with ESPN's Lisa Salters, Hunt took responsibility for his actions in the video.

The only thing we know about the investigation is that it started in February and has been going on ever since. Given that, Hunt's punishment could carry over well into next season.

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