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As he tries to get a new contract, Kareem Hunt isn’t participating in team drills

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Browns running back Karim Hunt signed a cooperation agreement with the team in 2020. Currently, he is not too friendly towards the team.

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According to numerous reports, Hunt is not participating in team training while he is trying to get a new contract. In June, Hunt was open about his desire for a new deal.

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Josina Anderson of CBSSports.com reports that Hunt is currently planning to compete in only individual exercises. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the team will penalize Hunt for his half-hold.

According to Anderson, Hunt wants a new deal or wants to be traded.

The Browns struck a lucrative deal with Hunt, the NFL’s fast-paced rookie leader in 2017, following an off-field incident that saw the Chiefs cut him for the 2018 season. In 2019, he served an eight-game suspension for violating the Personal Conduct Policy. The camera caught Hunt shoving and kicking the woman.

The contract, signed by Hunt in 2020, pays him a base salary of $1.35 million in 2022 with a $1.5 million lineup bonus and a $200,000 lineup bonus per game up to 3.4 million dollars.

In 2021, Hunt had 386 yards in eight games. He averaged 4.9 yards per carry. He added 174 receiving yards.




Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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