According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Josina Anderson, Hunt did not participate in team drills for the second consecutive practice on Saturday. Hunt has also informed the team that this is his plan moving forward. Anderson reports that Hunt's "hold-in" is not believed to be health related, and that he is subject to fines from the Browns. Hunt also reportedly has informally told members of the Browns that he wants to get paid or traded, but one source told Anderson that Hunt would prefer to stay in Cleveland.
"Right now I'm just taking it day by day, man," Hunt said at minicamp in June. "I'm going to see what they want to do with me and I'm just taking it day by day. Hopefully I can be here longterm. We'll see what God has in plan for me, that's all I can say."
Hunt has one more year remaining on the two-year extension he signed in 2020 that pays him $1.35 million in base salary, and $6.25 million in yearly cash, per Spotrac.
The former Pro Bowler and 2017 NFL rushing yards leader played in just eight games for Cleveland last year due to a