Kareem Hunt returns to team drills after Browns deny trade request
Karim Hunt returned to training with the team at training camp in the Cleveland Browns shortly after the team rejected his trade request. Rejected. Hunt attended team practice only on Fridays and Saturdays at training camp in Belaire, Ohio. He was fined for missing that session. The 27-year-old has entered the final year of a two-year, $12 million extension contract signed in 2020.
In the 2017 Pro Bowl Draft, he averaged 560 yards in eight games last season and recorded five touchdowns. He will miss nine games in 2021 with shin and ankle injuries. Hunt has been on the bench, but over the last three seasons with the Cleveland Pros he has done a great job of keeping his Chubb, Nick, on the ball. Browns manager Kevin Stefanski spoke about Hunt’s situation in a meeting with reporters on Wednesday. He said the trade request and Hunt’s decision to miss practice with the team were not “a distraction”. Stepansky said. “This is a great game.