Police did not charge Hunt with a crime, but the Chiefs released him for being untruthful with them about what happened during the February incident. The team said "the video today confirms that fact. At that time, the National Football League and law enforcement initiated investigations into the issue", the Chiefs said.
Hunt was also alleged to have punched a man at a OH resort in June, but TMZ reported the man said he was not injured and did not pursue charges. While no charges were filed from the altercation, two police reports were created. The woman hits him in the face and Hunt becomes enraged. Hunt is listed as the suspect in one of them and a woman, Abigail Ottinger, is the suspect in the other one.
Chronologically, this was actually the first (known) Hunt altercation of the calendar year, taking place in the hours after the Chiefs' Jan. 6 playoff loss to the Titans.
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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. "I just want to take this time and better myself and not let anything like this ever happen again".
"I hope so", Hunt told ESPN Sunday about the possibility of returning to the field.
Hunt can be signed by another team, but won't be allowed to play until the conclusion of the investigation, which "will include a review of the new information that was made public on Friday.as well as further conversations with all parties involved in the incident", the league said. He had run for 824 yards this season, with seven touchdowns rushing and seven more receiving, in helping the Chiefs to a 9-2 start and a lead in the AFC West.
The incident happened January 11 at Mosaic, a club in downtown Kansas City. Hunt was off to another good start this season, his rushing yardage putting him fourth in the National Football League and his touchdown total trailing only the Rams' Todd Gurley II and the Saints' Alvin Kamara.