There has been no official word from the NFL on the situation involving former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt to this point. Following the release of a video which showed the 23-year-old both punch and kick a woman in a hotel lobby, he was almost immediately released by the team. The talk of a potential suspension and discipline has loomed, but nothing specific has been revealed.
But it seems that may happen sometime in the semi-near future, potentially in the 2019 offseason. How long Hunt will be suspended for is a bit of a guess at this point, but in a recent story from The Athletic’s Nate Taylor, the Chiefs apparently have an expectation on the length.
According to Taylor, the team believes Hunt’s discipline from the NFL will come in the form of a six-game suspension.
“The Chiefs expect Hunt to be suspended six games for violating the NFL’s personal-conduct policy once the league ends its investigation, which is expected to happen this offseason.”
Source: Heavy Sports