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The Cleveland Browns are giving running back Kareem Hunt a second chance after he was released by the Kansas City Chiefs following a domestic violence incident. He will be suspended eight games but is doing all he can to make the most out of his new chance, which happens to be coming in his hometown.
Most recently, Hunt decided to get baptized as he says he’s turning his life around and wants to be born new. The brass that believed in him enough to give him this chance is continuing to show their support as they were in attendance to see Hunt’s new milestone.
General manager John Dorsey, who also drafted Hunt while in Kansas City, was there along with head coach Freddie Kitchens as they continue to show moral support for the 2017 NFL rushing leader.
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That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns News
"Browns running back Kareem Hunt said on Wednesday that he was getting baptized today. Sunday, he had at least two prominent supporters in attendance at True Vine Baptist Church.Browns GM John Dorsey and head coach Freddie Kitchens surprised their new running back by attending his baptism."
Hunt has been doing and saying the right things since he arrived in Cleveland. He’s taking the advice of the staff and has spoken to kids imploring them to make better choices in life than he did. This latest step just continues to show that he wants to be a better person and make the most out of the opportunity he has in front of him.
A Browns fan used Twitter to contact defensive end Myles Garrett with an issue she was having with her German shepherd. Garrett, who recently adopted a German shepherd of his own, did what he could to try and help the fan in need.
Assistant general manager Eliot Wolf has earned quite the reputation and is considered to be in play for a future general manager job in the NFL.
Morgan Burnett, Sheldrick Redwine, and Eric Murray are all in line to start at strong safety for the Browns this season. However, we shouldn’t overlook Jermaine Whitehead, who the team is intrigued with, as Dan Justik explains in this article.