Browns’ Kareem Hunt Skips Team Drills for Second Practice, per Reports

Browns running back Kareem Hunt reportedly intends to hold out of team drills during training camp until he secures a new contract with the club.

After sitting out of the team portion of practice on Friday, the 27-year-old elected to skip the drills for a second consecutive day as he continues to seek an extension, according to multiple reports. Josina Anderson of CBS Sports first reported the news of Hunt’s partial “hold-in,” adding that it is not believed to be health-related. The five-year veteran played eight games in 2021 due to lingering calf and ankle injuries.

Anderson noted Hunt recently informed the team multiple times that his current plan is to only participate in individuals drills until the two sides reach a resolution. Anderson also reported that, while Hunt has informally told members of the team that he either wants to be paid or traded, one source emphasized he ultimately would like to stay in Cleveland.

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