CFL would honour National Football League discipline for RB Kareem Hunt

Ross Houston
December 4, 2018

Hunt, 24, is the subject of another report from TMZ claiming that he and former Chiefs running back George Atkinson "beat the daylights" out of a man at the Mosaic Club in Kansas City on the morning of January 7.

The accuser told police he was beaten by George Atkinson, Hunt and other men. The report became publicly known Monday, days after video surfaced of Hunt shoving and kicking a woman in the hallway of his Cleveland hotel residence in February. A month later, Hunt attacked a woman in video that is now public, resulting in his being placed on the Commissioner Exempt List. He said he went to the hospital emergency room about 20 hours later with a broken rib, broken nose and multiple bruises and contusions.

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.


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. According to a Kansas City, Missouri, Police report, Hunt was linked to an assault that happened at Mosaic Ultra Lounge in the Power & Light District.

When asked about the incidents in training camp, Hunt said "I've learned from it".

Atkinson and the man then exchanged punches and said men appeared from "all over" and "jumped him".


Mahomes also noted he has spoken to Hunt but wouldn't divulge information.

Hunt's entourage comes to help and attempts to hold him back. The man Hunt struck declined to press charges.

A resort official confirmed to TMZ Sports that an incident took place and involved Hunt, though there is no video surveillance camera of the incident. "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". He led the league in rushing last season as a rookie and was the NFL's fifth-leading rusher this season when the Chiefs cut their ties with him. "I didn't tell them everything".


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.

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