Kareem Hunt allegedly punched a man at an Ohio resort in June.
The NFL is investigating former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt for allegedly punching a man at an Ohio resort in June, four months after the Cleveland hotel incident that led to Hunt's release last week, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
The June altercation reportedly took place at Bay Lodge Resort in Put-in-Bay, Ohio. Hunt allegedly got into a verbal altercation with another resort guest and punched him in the face.
According to La Canfora, the NFL is currently conducting two separate investigations against Hunt.
A resort official confirmed to TMZ Sports that an incident took place and involved Hunt, though there is no video surveillance camera of the incident. The victim allegedly told TMZ he did not plan on pressing any charges against Hunt.
Additionally, TMZ reports that NFL investigators "paid multiple visits" to the resort, which was cooperative with the league.
Last week, the Chiefs released Hunt after he was placed on the Commissioner's Exempt List shortly after video surfaced of a hotel incident showing him getting into a physical altercation with a woman in a Cleveland hotel in February.
Hunt was not disciplined by the NFL following either incident. The league issued a statement expressing that its investigation of the February incident began immediately and is still ongoing. According to The MMQB's Albert Breer, the NFL didn't speak with Hunt during its investigation of the February incident.