On Monday, Cleveland Browns reluctantly signed Kareem Hunt. The reaction to the move was polarizing between Browns fans and NFL fans.
Hunt was released by the Kansas City Chiefs last season after the video emerged from him pushing and hitting a woman in the hallway of her residence in downtown Cleveland. Despite potentially facing a long suspension, Hunt was signed by Browns General Manager John Dorsey, the man who originally drafted it in Kansas City.
In today's cover 2: a podcast on Cleveland Browns, we cover Hunt's signature. [1
– What does this move say about Dorsey, Haslams and Browns
– Because the unfortunate truth is that most of the NFL does not care about a player's off-screen indiscretions
– The extreme risk that the Browns are carrying bringing Hunt back to his hometown.
– Only clearly if this is a bad move by the Browns.
– Because this is not It's an unprecedented move by the Haslams.
– Could this time be more about 2020 for the Browns of 2019?
– What does it mean for the Browns on the football field, and if Duke Johnson could eventually be the weird man out