Chiefs’ Hunt: Team will make ‘right decision’ about Hill

Kansas City Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said Saturday that he and the front office remain “deeply disturbed” by an audio in which wide receiver Tyreek Hill is heard threatening his fiancee, but offered no explanation as to why the team has not released him.Speaking briefly at the team’s annual draft party, Hunt said he couldn’t elaborate further because of the ongoing investigation.In November, the Chiefs moved swiftly to release running back Kareem Hunt after TMZ posted a video showing him kicking and shoving a woman in a Cleveland hotel.Since audiotape emerged on Thursday night in which Hill’s fiancee, Crystal Espinal, accuses him of breaking their son’s arm and he threatens her in return, the Chiefs banned Hill from participating in team activities but have not cut ties with him.”I’d just point out that Tyreek is not with the franchise right now and we’re going to go through the process,” Hunt told reporters. “We’ll make the right decision about Tyreek at the right time.”