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PHOENIX — The Cleveland Browns have a plan in place for suspended running back Kareem Hunt up until his suspension begins, and then the NFL will take over, general manager John Dorsey said on Monday at the NFL’s annual meetings.
“The NFL will set certain rules and once we understand those rules and restrictions, that’s something we’ll work through,” Dorsey said. “But we’ve already laid the plan moving from here all the way to up to September, then we’ll have to wait and see what the league says. Then we’ll act accordingly.”
The Browns now will turn to their young quarterback to make Odell Beckham Jr. happy and an offense poised for a breakout do just that.
While the rest of the AFC North is dismantled, a Browns team that couldn’t win a game in 2017 is looking quite formidable.
Hunt was suspended eight games by the league for two violations of its personal conduct policy — in a February 2018 incident when he was physically abusive with a young woman in the hallway outside his Cleveland apartment, and in a physical altercation at a bar in Put-in-Bay, Ohio, in