Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt is speaking out about a video that caught him getting into a physical altercation with a woman. Hunt says he was embarrassed by the video and hoped to be given another chance in the NFL after he was released from the Chiefs.
Was firing him the right move? Some critics say releasing him won't help his potential rehabilitation, and it was bad for both Hunt and the victim. Should rehabilitation have been part of the team's decision-making?
We discuss these questions with local domestic violence prevention experts. In studio:
- Allison O’Malley, chief executive officer for RESOLVE of Greater Rochester
- Mike Dedee, director of operations for Willow Domestic Violence Center
- Vince Butler, founder and director of the Men’s Education for Non-Violence and Abuse Workshop, and co-founder for the Rochester/Monroe County Domestic Violence Consortium