On Monday, Cleveland Brauns argued to sign the return of Karim Hunt. The reaction of this move was polarizing among fans of Browns and NFL fans.
Last season, Hunt was released by Kansas City executives after the video appeared to kick him and kick a woman in the hallway at Cleveland's central residence. Despite the potential arrest, Hunt was signed by Browns Director-General John Dorsey, the man who originally drafted it in Kansas City.
In today's cover 2: Cleveland Brauns Podcast, we cover Hunt's signing.
In particular, we cover the following topics:
"What does this move say about Dorsey, Hamsama and Brown?"
– Why the unpleasant truth is that most NFLs are not interested in the player's negligence if they can produce on the pitch.
"The ultimate danger that Browns takes by returning Hunt to his hometown.
"It's just obvious if it's a bad step from the Browns.
– Why this is not an unprecedented move of the hamsters.
– Can this move be more for 2020 for Brown in 2019?
"What does this mean for Browns on the football field, and if Duke Johnson can eventually be a strange person.