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Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt was cleared to practice with the team, starting with the “Orange and Brown scrimmage” on August 3rd. Hunt, who will begin serving an eight-game suspension on August 31st, spent the first eight weeks of training camp on the non-football injury list with a groin injury in June.
The Browns will have nine more practices, including against the Indianapolis Colts, as well as four pre-season games before the start of the regular season and the start of Hunt’s suspension. The cause of Hunt’s suspension is for two separate physical altercations, including one involving a woman.
Hunt has 15 career rushing touchdowns on 2,151 yards in 27 games. Before being placed on the the commissioners’ exempt list in the 2019 season, he played in 11 games rushing for 824 yards and seven touchdowns.