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Kareem Hunt: “Multiple teams interested” - UPDATE: Signed by BROWNS

Kareem Hunt: To sign or not to sign...  

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  1. 1. Should Beane and the Bills pursue Hunt?

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i voted yes.  but...how much is he asking?  if Hunt is looking for a big payday and there are multiple bidders, I would pass.   This team has too many holes to throw a ton of money at one skill player

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You sign this guy and do everything you can to get his life pointed in the right direction. This is a young RB that you can build your franchise around. I think Hunt is a good person but he needs some help with a few things in his personal life. You bring in a RB like this to go with Allens athletic ability and you have yourself on the right path for a quick turnaround. What if we signed Hunt and traded our 1st round pick for A. Brown and upgraded the O-Line in FA and the draft. You have the makings of a good 4 year run, you have elite talent at RB and WR for 4 to 5 years. 

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Voted no as well.

 

Kim wouldn't have it regardless. 

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This team is void of Elite talent at offensive play making positions. Big Ben is a giant D bag and I'm not surprised that their talented players are jumping ship. Rewatch the Bills Giants SB, we need to give Allen a Elite RB and WR to even approach getting back to that level again and two or three are available to be had. On a side note if we just ran Turmanator more against that crap two down lineman 4 LB look that Belicheat came up with we would've destroyed the Giants.

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2 hours ago, LSHMEAB said:

Not a big fan of writing guys off. Bonus; he'd help the football team. I didn't find the video particularly egregious. it was a forgivable offense IMO.

 

Right, smashing a woman's head into a wall and then kicking her while she's down is forgivable.  Punching an unsuspecting woman in the face in a restaurant/bar was not a big deal as well.  Perhaps the Rae Carruth sentence was also too severe.

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I just think it's sad that the chiefs release Hunt , yet keep Tyreke Hill.  It really signifies the power of video evidence.  We can read about somethting but it's almost like our brain can't fully comprehend it until we visually see it .  I'm not excusing Hunts behavior , just wish there was consistent consequences for all .

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3 minutes ago, Formerly Allan in MD said:

 

Right, smashing a woman's head into a wall and then kicking her while she's down is forgivable.  Punching an unsuspecting woman in the face in a restaurant/bar was not a big deal as well.  Perhaps the Rae Carruth sentence was also too severe.

Not sure we saw the same tape of the Mixon or Hunt incidents.

 

But you're a lock em up and throw away the key guy, so we're not gonna find common ground. That's fine.

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I'd be okay with it, but it would have to be a zero tolerance policy with him...any trouble of any sort(even late for a practice) and your gone.  Also, he would have to commit to being involved with anti-domestic violence groups. 

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No. It wasn't an isolated incident. 

 

He's another Reuben Foster. Sure he's a talented football player but due to his poor decision making and impulse control, he's not on the field and he's always one bad Saturday night out on the town from another incident.

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2 hours ago, freddyjj said:

Voted no.  As we have a female CEO don’t see how this signing could fly as sends the wrong message to female fans. 

No doubt.  Ask Russ Brandon, Mike Gilbert and Nick Fattey if they think the Bills will claim Hunt.

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Highly doubt Kim would want it. Past week 2 more male employees were let go for harassment. 

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I fail to see any risk in taking him on.

 

Could likely get him at a cut rate.

 

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:thumbdown: Nah.

 

I'd  prefer signing Kaepernick as a backup. -At least he didn't kick the crap out of a girl when she was on the ground.

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Dime a dozen

 

 

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2 minutes ago, #34fan said:

:thumbdown: Nah.

 

I'd  prefer signing Kaepernick as a backup. -At least he didn't kick the crap out of a girl when she was on the ground.

 

Neither did Hunt. 

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2 hours ago, freddyjj said:

Voted no.  As we have a female CEO don’t see how this signing could fly as sends the wrong message to female fans. 

 

To be honest, this is the reason why we are probably the only team that could sign him without it being a huge deal. If she is willing to sign off after a conversation with him and came out and lead the press conference regarding it, there isn't much else that can be said.

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2 hours ago, CommonCents said:

It was his second violent drunken outburst in

a calender year, he laid out a guy in another incident. FWIW.

 

And this is my concern. The incident that lost him his job is not a one off. There are rumours of two other incidents aside from the two we know about as well.

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My first reaction was no.........he's just a RB.......you can always get good ones without the baggage.

 

But I'm hoping for a big Bills/Chiefs rivalry to emerge........and this would add a little more spice to it..........so sure.

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I sincerely hope that the Bill's try to sign him.

 

First off, although what he did was out of line, it was not a career ending egregious act.

 

Secondly, he is young and beginning to enter into his prime.

 

Third, he is an excellent receiving back.

 

Fourth, hes a really good higher end starting RB in this league.

 

Fifth, he doesnt have an extensive history of these sort of things and the locker room is established enough to take him on.

 

And lastly, we would be able to pick up a quality Offensive starter without expending a draft pick.

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12 minutes ago, Doc said:

 

Neither did Hunt. 

 

So your nailing me on a technicality?  -Fine.  No actual crap came out of the woman. 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, #34fan said:

So your nailing me on a technicality?  -Fine.  No actual crap came out of the woman. 

 

He essentially pushed her over with his foot.  Despite the fact that there was nobody standing in his way and he could’ve done whatever he wanted to her. 

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I’d expect more of the same; good play on the field and a hair trigger temper off the field.

 

I’m hoping Beane can find good, mature players that don’t need a babysitter. 

 

Too much drama can cause a team to lose focus.  Worry too much about off the field when it should be focus on the field.

Might be why KC decided to move him out so quickly.

 

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1 minute ago, Doc said:

 

He essentially pushed her over with his foot.  Despite the fact that there was nobody standing in his way and he could’ve done whatever he wanted to her. 

 

Congratulations!

 

You've given the most  bull**** -infused, absurdity of an excuse I have ever heard in my life for girl-punching.  

 

I'm sure you're proud of yourself.

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12 minutes ago, Magox said:

I sincerely hope that the Bill's try to sign him.

 

First off, although what he did was out of line, it was not a career ending egregious act.

 

Secondly, he is young and beginning to enter into his prime.

 

Third, he is an excellent receiving back.

 

Fourth, hes a really good higher end starting RB in this league.

 

Fifth, he doesnt have an extensive history of these sort of things and the locker room is established enough to take him on.

 

And lastly, we would be able to pick up a quality Offensive starter without expending a draft pick.

He does have 3 incidents in 18 mos.   He does stupid things ie fights when drunk.  And he has a history of getting drunk and stupid all the way back to Toledo where he was suspended for 2 games.

 

Pass.  Not worth the aggravation 

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