That remains true in case he is signed, which is not expected to happen this season, and maybe not anytime soon depending on the outcome of the legal part of things.
The 23-year-old was released Friday night, just minutes after he was placed on the exempt list. He has already released a statement, apologizing and expressing his regrets. Hunt stated "I hope to move on from this," and he will be interviewed on Sunday morning during ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown. That will air at 11:00am EST.
Hunt and the woman in the video were seen exchanging words in the hallway of a hotel, before pushing and shoving began to ensue. Friends of the two attempted to intervene, trying to break the two up. Hunt would then shove his friend in to the girl, who would fly in to a nearby wall. Hunt then walked back over to her while she was still on the ground, kicking at her while getting restrained by another person. Police were called to the scene, but no arrests were made.
According to TMZ reports, those in attendance gave different stories as to what happened. Some accused the girl of calling him the N-word, while she told police that the fight was due to her refusing to have sex with Hunt and another man. Sources say neither the NFL or the Chiefs saw the video before it became public on Friday.
Hunt was at practice on Friday when the video was released and was sent home, The Chiefs hold an AFC-leading 9-2 record and will take on the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.