Kareem Hunt No Longer Practicing With The Cleveland Browns

Kareem Hunt, the talented RB acquired by the Cleveland Browns during the offseason, will no longer be able to practice with the rest of the team or be grant access to the team facilities starting Saturday 31st of August 2019 at 4 PM ET.

Hunt, who led the NFL in rushing in 2017, will be suspended for 8 games following the 2018 domestic violence case that resulted in his release from the Kansas City Chiefs.

As reported by Marla Ridenour of the Beacon Journal and Ohio.com, WR Antonio Callaway (another Cleveland Browns player) will also serve a four game suspension starting the 31st of August 2019 at 4 PM Eastern-Time. Unlike Kareem Hunt, Callaway will be allowed into the Cleveland Browns facility during his suspension.

Kareem Hunt is set to make is debut for the Cleveland Browns on November 10 against the Buffalo Bills, where he will pair up with Nick Chubb for one of the most explosive back-fields in the league.


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