Abigail Ottinger, 19, of Middleburg Heights, told police that Hunt assaulted her around 3:45 a.m. Saturday outside Hunt's hotel apartment, but another woman who was with Hunt's friends said that Ottinger assaulted her, police reports say.
One police report lists Hunt as a suspect, and another report lists Ottinger as a suspect.
No charges have been filed against Hunt or Ottinger
The Star obtained the police reports, both list assault as an offense. One police report lists Hunt as a suspect, but Cleveland police determined two reports would be written after speaking to all parties and obtaining conflicting information. The other report lists Ottinger as a suspect and does not include claims that Hunt shoved her. No arrests have been made.
On the games’ opening day last Thursday, the primetime programming averaged a total audience of 17.2 million viewers. It represented the most-watched Thursday night program on any network since the Sept 7, 2017, NFL kickoff game featuring the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs that was watched by 22.2 million.
Houston has struggled to stay on the field and his production has slipped as a result. With the Chiefs looking to get younger on defense, Houston will have a hard time sticking around. He can still be a Pro Bowl level player if he can stay healthy.
When the Chiefs switched from Andy Reid to Matt Nagy calling plays, Kent wrote this piece saying Nagy’s arrival meant there was a big increase in RPOs called.
Kent was right. RPOs were one of the main stories of the Chiefs offense last season.
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Gabriel has said numerous times on Twitter he does not view Landry worthy of the investment of a No. 1 wide receiver and believes he'd be a "mistake" for the Bears. Instead he thinks Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson will be a better fit in Chicago because he already knows the Bears scheme. Wilson and Nagy worked together in Kansas City since Wilson entered the NFL in 2014 as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia State.
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