Bears coach Matt Nagy mum about Kareem Hunt - and Bears’ plans

Bears coach Matt Nagy mum about Kareem Hunt - and Bears’ plans

"But we have a strong support system, both with the coaching staff and also with our player development that works with young guys and talks to them about the situations that they want to be in", the chairman said. "I am definitely not that type of person".

The video is believed to document an incident between Hunt and the woman that occurred in February.

"I just thought of myself as being just not me", Hunt said of his reaction to seeing the video.

Rice said he would like to help Hunt, "because he has a long life to live, this will be a defining moment, but it shouldn't be the moment that defines you". ". It was a disagreement. But it's no excuse for me to act that way". He was asked if he feels like he has a problem with anger management. It had previously been reported that a racial slur was used at Hunt, which escalated things.

As to the why he did what he did, apparently "some things were said". That person in that video did not deserve that. "I hope to move on from this".

He said he plans to seek counseling and possibly anger management "if need be" to win back the trust of family, friends, former teammates and other National Football League teams.

Uncertain as he is as to what happens next in his career, Hunt gave an interview on Sunday to ESPN in which he spoke of the regret he is experiencing.

Hunt did speak with the Chiefs and that seems to be part of the reason why he was released Friday night as the Chiefs learned he lied to them about the incident.

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In the course of a few hours, Hunt was sent home, placed on the NFL's Commissioner Exemption List, and finally released by his team. And the Chiefs did what was right. "I'm extremely embarrassed for that video". And it's really tough.

From there, however, Hunt is only one of several figures whose behavior is suspect, to say the least, as more information emerges about the physical altercation involving the star running back.

The NFL said in a statement Sunday that its investigation began immediately after the incident in February and that the league "continues to pursue a complete understanding of the facts".

Foster also remains on the exempt list and the Redskins have acknowledged he may never play for them.

Hunt will go through waivers Monday.

In the wake of the Rice video and widespread criticism of the league, the NFL Players Association set up a commission to investigate domestic violence and how the league could address it.

Salters then pressed Hunt about whether or not he had apologized to the woman he attacked and his answer is pretty disgraceful.

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