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Chiefs' Kareem Hunt involved in altercation, according to TMZ report

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Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt talks about the work going on at OTAs
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Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt talks about the work going on at OTAs

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt allegedly punched a man during an altercation in Ohio over the weekend, according to a TMZ report.

The alleged victim told the celebrity and entertainment outlet that he did not plan to press charges. The altercation occurred at the Bay Lodging Resort in Put-in-Bay, Ohio, on Lake Erie.

The Chiefs had no comment on the story.

A person reached at the resort in Ohio also declined to comment.

It’s not the first time Hunt has been associated with an altercation. Earlier this year, a woman alleged she was pushed and shoved by Hunt, although a second police report listed her as a suspect.

Hunt led the NFL in rushing as a rookie last season with 1,327 yards and eight touchdowns on 272 carries. He also had 455 yards on 53 receptions, with three more touchdowns, and scored in the Chiefs' lone playoff game, a loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Hunt was a first-round pick by the Chiefs in 2017 out of Toledo.

The Chiefs are working out this week as part of their "organized team activities" program. The only session this week that's open to the media is slated for Thursday.

Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt talks about the work going on at OTAs

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