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05 December, 2018

Hunt elected against delving into what happened between himself and the woman in the video prior to the incident caught on tape.

Under Armour Inc. has "parted ways" with Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt, who was released by the team late Friday evening after TMZ released a video earlier in the day showing him shoving... The video, which has no sound, shows Ottinger appear to follow Hunt into the hallway and say something to the player, who breaks free and pushes a man into Ottinger, sending them both to the ground and her face-first into a wall.

Hunt said, "I'm definitely not that type of person and my mother raised me right ..."

"The Chiefs are right, and I didn't tell them everything", he said. "I made a poor decision and I'm willing to take full responsibility".

"I saw the stuff that happened". Then, just moments before the Chiefs made their announcement, the NFL placed Hunt on the exempt list, sidelining him while the league investigates. "I regret the entire thing and I'm gonna take the time to you know, like I said, better myself and learn from this".

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Hunt confirmed that in his interview with ESPN, which aired Sunday, and extended an apology to the team.

"They believed that I lied to them". "The video shows that I was in the wrong". Hunt and his friends claim that she started yelling racial slurs at them after they asked her to leave when they found out she was under 21 and had been drinking. I felt like I let the Chiefs down, my family down, those players down. He told ESPN that he regrets kicking a woman after an argument turned violent and that he is "very embarrassed about it".

Now they want to as well because with all the things the team has going well for them fans say, now's not the time to stop.

"I don't really know the woman at all and I don't know how to even get in contact with her". "The NFL's ongoing investigation will include further attempts to speak to the complainants involved in the incident".

Hunt led the National Football League in rushing as a rookie with 1,327 yards and eight touchdowns in helping Kansas City make the playoffs. An independent investigation - which was led by Robert Mueller, now the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election - determined that there was no evidence the NFL had seen the Ray Rice video but that the league should have investigated more thoroughly.


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