According to a report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, there is no timetable for a decision on any potential discipline for Kamara under the league’s personal conduct policy. The NFL could place Kamara on the commissioner’s exempt list, but there’s no indication that’ll actually happen.
Saints general manager Mickey Loomis told Jeff Duncan that he’s “prepared for anything” in regard to Kamara’s legal situation.
“We really just have to wait and see what happens,” Loomis said in June, via NOLA.com. “For me, I always try to (determine) what’s the worst-case scenario and what’s the best-case scenario. We have to be prepared for anything. That’s really the way we approach anything and everything, is be prepared for anything that can happen.”
With Kamara’s status very much up in the air, the Saints have remained open to adding running back help in free agency, per Fowler.
Las Vegas police indicated that video evidence showed Kamara putting his hands on the alleged victim’s chest to stop him from entering an elevator at the casino rooftop nightclub Drai’s.
Once that man pushed Kamara’s hand away, he was punched by Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons, police say. The man fell unconscious while Lammons and Kamara allegedly stomped on his body, leaving him with facial fractures and other injuries.
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