NFL Notes: Kareem Hunt, Reuben Foster, Ndamukong Suh


Kareem Hunt

On Wednesday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters that he’s hopeful the league’s investigation into free agent RB Kareem Hunt will be wrapped up soon. 

“Kareem Hunt I think everyone knows that he is, that issue is under investigation, has been,” Goodell said, via “He is a free agent. If he is signed by a club, the clubs understand he’ll go on the Commissioner’s Exempt List at that point in time until the discipline process has concluded whether there is discipline or not discipline we will finish the investigation and then make a determination. So that hopefully will happen soon, but we haven’t concluded the investigation and we’re working to do that. There has been a tremendous amount of progress though in that investigation over the last I’d say 30 to 60 days.

Reuben Foster

According to Roger Goodell, it’s possible they could suspend Redskins ILB Reuben Foster, even though the charges against him were dropped. 

“On Reuben Foster you mentioned his charges have been dropped. We continue our investigation into that. Whether the charges are dropped doesn’t necessarily mean there isn’t a violation of our personal conduct policy,” Goodell said, via “Reuben and I have met before, we will talk again. We will conclude that investigation and make a determination and go from there.”

Ndamukong Suh

  • Rams DT Ndamukong Suh said he was “very close” to re-signing with the Lions in 2015, but the team decided to let him walk. He added other teams offered him more than the six-year, $114 million contract he signed with Miami. (Dave Birkett)
  • Suh also mentioned that he likes former Jets HC Todd Bowles and was close to signing in New York last March. (Brian Costello)
  • Suh said he would not rule out a return to either the Lions or the Dolphins. (Armando Salguero)

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