Kareem Hunt was quickly cut from the Kansas City Chiefs back in November when a video was released of him kicking and assaulting a woman in a Cleveland hotel. While the NFL hasn't issued a ban or a suspension just yet, the player was signed by the Cleveland Browns yesterday as they felt he had worked on himself and was deserving of a second chance. One person who didn't feel the same way was Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn who explained the decision not to sign Hunt at a press conference for season ticket holders.

"We talked about it internally and he’s a player that we didn’t feel comfortable bringing to the Lions for numerous issues," Quinn said. "I stand by that. That’s my word. I want good players and I want good people in this organization.”