A disturbing video of former Kansas City Chiefs who shoved and kicked Kareem Hunt during a low-season altercation surfaced on Friday.
The Chiefs quickly seized Hunt and claimed to release Hunt, alleging that he had lied during their investigation into the incident
In an interview with Lisa Salters of ESPN (19459011), Hunt confirmed that he was using his former crew had not been honest when they examined him, and said the NFL itself had never questioned him about the attack.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, a handful of NFL owners are "angry" that the league has not questioned Hunt after the incident.
A worrying video surfaced Friday as former Kansas City boss Kareem Hunt pushed back. A woman was kicked out during an altercation in the off-season in Cleveland, Ohio.
The incident not only led to Hunt's likely expulsion from the NFL when questions about the League's abuse in the league were yet another violent attack involving a player.
The chiefs fired the Pro Bowler immediately after lying to Hunt during the team's investigation into the incident, which had already taken place in February. In an interview with Lisa Salters of ESPN, Hunt apologized for his actions before confirming that he had lied when the team interrogated him about the altercation.
NFL runs back to Kareem Hunt
19659012] Kansas City Chiefs race back Kareem Hunt (27) wears the ball during the first half of an NFL football game Oakland Raiders in Kansas City, Mon., Sunday, December 10, 2017. (AP Photo / Ed Zurga)
Kansas City Chiefs' NFL footballer Kareem Hunt will arrive in Los Angeles on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 the ESPY Awards at the Microsoft Theater. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan / Invision / AP)
FILE – In this file from October 7, 2018, Kansas City Chiefs returns Kareem Hunt (27), who lands during the festival against the Jacksonville Jaguars (15) NFL football game in Kansas City, Mo. On Sunday, October 21, 2018, the Cincinnati Bengals bring one of the NFL's worst defenses to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Chiefs. They also bring a battered defense, and this should only make it harder to slow down Patrick Mahomes and Co. The Bengals lose to Pittsburgh while Kansas City lost for the first time in New England last week (AP Photo / Ed Zurga)
Kansas City Chiefs run back Kareem Hunt heads to the training ground during the NFL football training camp in St. Joseph, Mon., Tuesday, July 25, 2017. (AP Photo / Orlin Wagner)
Kansas City Chiefs Run Back Kareem Hunt (27) celebrates with fans following an NFL football game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, 23. September 2018 in Kansas City (Mon.) (AP Photo / Charlie Riedel)
Toledo returns to Kareem Hunt after a 32-27 loss to Northern Illinois in a NCAA college football match Tuesday, November 3, 2015, in Toledo, Ohio. (AP Photo / David Richard)
Kareem Hunt of Kansas City Chiefs catches a touchdown pass during the first half of a preseason NFL game against the Chicago Bears on Saturday, August 25, 2018 in Chicago. (AP Photo / Matt Marton)
Kansas City bosses returning Kareem Hunt (27) carry the ball during the first half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins in Kansas City, Mon., Sunday, December 24 2017 (AP Photo / Ed Zurga)
Kareem Hunt during the Kansas City Chiefs at Dallas Cowboys NFL football game on Sunday, November 5, 2017, in Arlington, Texas. (Michael Ainsworth / AP Images for Head and Shoulders)
Toledo head coach Matt Campbell (right) talks to Kareem Hunt after a 38-7 win over Kent State in a NCAA college football game on Saturday, 10. October 2015 in Toledo, Ohio. (AP Photo / David Richard)
FILE – In this September 24, 2017, Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Hunt (right) advances against an attack on the Los Angeles Chargers in the second half of an NFL football game Carson, California. Hunt was the AFC offensive player of the month after hurrying the league with 401 yards, entering nine passes for 137 yards and reaching the end zone five times. The Chiefs face the Washington Redskins this week. (AP Photo / Jae C. Hong, File)
Toledo Rockets runs back Kareem Hunt (3) runs the ball in the third quarter of a 49-24 loss to the Missouri Tigers at an NCAA college football game in Toledo, Ohio, Saturday, September 6, 2014. (AP Photo / David Richard)
Kansas City bosses running back Kareem Hunt (27) escaped the New England Patriots ambush Malcolm Butler (21) as he moved in a touchdown the goal line crosses Alex Smith's pass during the second half of an NFL football game on Thursday, September 7, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo / Steven Senne)
FILE – This Thursday, September 7, 2017 Kareem Hunt (27) escapes the New England Patriots on the defensive Cassius Marsh (55) as he fights for a touchdown by Alex Smith in the second half of an NFL football game in Foxborough , Mass. Of the 266 rookies on active rows in the first week, 33 started and 13 more played at least half of the snapshots. Linebackers and running backs led with a total of 15 guys, including Kareem Hunt, Leonard Fournette and T.J. Watt. (AP Photo / Steven Senne, File)
Huntington (33) squad, in the NCAA's Senior Bowl college football game on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. (AP Photo / Butch Dill)
Toledo runs back Kareem Hunt celebrates his 6-yard touchdown against Northern Illinois during the first quarter of a NCAA football game on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 in Toledo, Ohio. (AP Photo / David Richard)
Read more: Kansas City Chiefs releases Kareem Hunt and says he is "not truthful" about grappling with wife  In the league itself, however, Hunt claimed that NFL officials had never questioned him or asked him to discuss the incident. ESPN's Adam Schefter later confirmed that the league never sought to question Hunt, and despite repeated attempts at contact, could not speak with the woman he had attacked.
Schefter also reports that the NFL and Kansas City could not receive the incident's video release of TMZ's Friday afternoon.
Shortly after the video was released, the NFL put Hunt [Hunt] on Hunt's Commissioner's Exempt List banning him from practicing, playing or participating in games with the team. Yet the league's reactive reaction to the video, although an investigation into the incident had already been launched in February, has sparked criticism from fans, experts and NFL owners themselves.
Sources told Schefter that some of the biggest Mighty men in the league were angry about how the NFL dealt with the incident. The owners were "angry" that the league had not interviewed Hunt after learning of the altercation.
The NFL issued a statement on Sunday detailing its plans to further investigate the confrontation with Hunt, but many, like the NFL owners, argued this The League's actions have come too late.
Teams may withdraw Hunt from the waivers on Monday afternoon, but Schefter reports that several NFL executives across the league expressed skepticism that a franchise would prosecute him. The decision by the Washington Redskins to renounce the former defender of San Francisco 49ers Reuben Foster from the waivers after he was arrested for his domestic violence surprised many industry connoisseurs.
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