Chiefs' Kareem Hunt sent home after assault video release

Should the Texans look into signing ex Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

Should the Texans look into signing ex Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

He is held back and restrained by multiple men, but he continues to push back against them and then knocks one of the men against the woman as they both fall to the floor.

The woman was one of two who, according to the police reports filed, were asked to leave Hunt's hotel apartment when he learned they were only 19 years old.

The woman told police in February that the argument started when she refused to hook up with a member of Hunt's entourage, TMZ reports.

TMZ says police collected surveillance video but said they were unable to determine that a crime had been committed.

That's one of the many questions that will plague the Chiefs, and the National Football League, as the fallout of the recently released Kareem Hunt video continues.

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Chiefs owner Clark Hunt issued a statement at the time about the reports. At the beginning of the 79-second video, Hunt clearly shoves a woman.

The Chiefs play at Oakland on Sunday. Not only did the female call the cops on Hunt, but Hunt's friend also called police on her. He was drafted by Kansas City in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

In 2014, former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was videotaped knocking out his then-fiancée in a hotel elevator.

A recent video obtained by TMZ Sports has surfaced from an incident involving Kareem Hunt that occurred last February. Elliott, however, has categorically denied Tiffany Thompson's claims. At some point in the night, everyone headed back to Hunt's place at The Metropolitan at the 9, where the incident took place.

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