KANSAS CITY, Mo. Clark Hunt stood in front of a dozen or so reporters and offered humility. Finally. Humility not from himself, necessarily, but from the Chiefs as an organization. Maybe this can mean more honesty and progress from a franchise that too often talks better than it acts.
This Saturday meeting with reporters was part of the normal routine around the NFL draft, but Hunt knew the questions would center on Tyreek Hill.
Hill is the star receiver who has been asked to stay away from team activities after KCTV-5 released audio of him threatening his fiancee. There were also apparent references to Hill punching his son in the chest, and an accusation that the son told investigators Hill broke his arm. Its all repulsive.
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