On Monday, the Cleveland Browns signed a controversial Kareem Hunt. The reaction to the move was polarizing among the fans of Browns and NFL.
Hunt was released by the Kansas City Chiefs last season after a video surfaced when he shoved a woman down the hall in his downtown Cleveland residence. Despite possibly longer suspension, Hunt was signed by Brown's general manager John Dorsey, the man who had originally drafted him in Kansas City.
At Today's Cover 2: A podcast on the Cleveland Browns we report on the signing of Hunt.
– What this move says about Dorsey, the Haslams, and the Browns.
– Why is the unfortunate truth that most players in the NFL do not care about a player's indiscretions when they can produce on the field.
– The extreme risk the Browns take on bringing Hunt back to his hometown.
– Only if this is a bad move of the Browns.
– Why is not that? This is not an unprecedented step in the Haslams.
– Could this be more than 2020 for the Browns than for 2019?
– What does that mean for the Browns on the soccer field and whether Duke Johnson could ultimately be the weird one? Man out