Browns GM, coach attend RB Hunt's baptism
7:50 PM ET
Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey and coach Freddie Kitchens attended Kareem Hunt‘s baptism ceremony Sunday in support of the running back, who is trying to turn his life around in his hometown of Cleveland.
Hunt’s agent, Dan Saffron, also attended the ceremony and posted a photo on Instagram of the four men standing together.
Hunt’s baptism took place at True Vine Baptist Church in Cleveland, according to Cleveland.com.
He told reporters last week that he was “looking forward [to the baptism] so I can feel reborn.”
The running back signed with the Browns in February after being cut by the Kansas City Chiefs when a video surfaced of Hunt shoving and kicking a woman at his Cleveland residence in 2018. Because of that altercation, Hunt will miss the first eight games of the 2019 season for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
Hunt, who led the NFL in rushing with 1,327 yards in 2017, has been attending anger management counseling and said he has been reaching out to local high school students since returning to Cleveland this winter.
The decision to talk to high school kids was made by Hunt, not by the