Mahomes had been quiet on the signing over the last few weeks.
Back in November, the Kansas City Chiefs released running back Kareem Hunt after video surfaced of him shoving and kicking a woman at a hotel in Cleveland. The Chiefs felt as though it was a necessary measure considering there was video evidence of the entire altercation. Since then, Hunt has recently been signed by the Cleveland Browns who are looking to beef up their running game as they look to make the playoffs in 2019. They had a pretty good bounce-back year and look primed and ready to have a good season next year.
Chiefs star quarterback and league MVP Patrick Mahomes recently commented on the Hunt signing saying: "It's something where he gets another opportunity. I'm sure they will have things that he needs to do off the field in order to be on the field playing. Kareem is a great player, great running back."
John Dorsey, who drafted Hunt while with the Chiefs, is now the general manager of the Browns and commented on why he gave Hunt a second chance.
"Let's find out what's in that person, and I truly, in my heart of hearts, believe there is a humble soul within that person," Dorsey said via Cleveland.com. "He owns up to it, he admits it. He understands the magnitude of it and he wants to prove to people that it was an isolated mistake that will never happen again.''
The Browns finished last season with a record of 7-8-1.