Chiefs fans react to latest reports surrounding key player

The Kansas City Chiefs are moving on after losing Kareem Hunt.

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(ST. JOSEPH, Mo) A controversy is brewing in chiefs kingdom

"It’s really unfortunate." Evan Casey, Chiefs fan, said. 

Fans are reacting to the shocking news surrounding running back Kareem Hunt.

a video released by TMZ showing hunt in an altercation with a woman, he can be seen repeatedly striking her when she’s on the ground.

The Kansas City Chiefs took quick action, just hours after the video surfaced, the team formally released Hunt.

Fans were stunned. 

"You never want to see stuff like that happen," Casey said. "Especially to your favorite team,"

However, they say they still remain optimistic

"With the interchangeability of the running back position these days I don’t think it’ll be a major impact," Casey said. 

fans say the team is moving on,

"The Chiefs put it behind them pretty quickly by releasing him," Casey said. 

Now they want to as well because with all the things the team has going well for them fans say, now’s not the time to stop.

"Full steam ahead after this," Casey said. "[we'll] pick up right where we left off."

Even those who aren’t necessarily lifelong fans are still hoping the team goes all the way.

"The Chiefs Kingdom, we’re gonna come together, Justin Alvarez, River Bluff Brewery, said. "We’re going pull through, and you’re gonna see us in that Super Bowl."

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