The Browns aren't going to trade Hunt if a team that needs a running back (the Los Angeles Rams, perhaps?) calls them, per Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. Hunt has a contract that's intriguing to teams and he's one of the top starting backs in the game when he receives No. 1 running back carries, but the Browns are more than content with splitting the carries between Hunt and Nick Chubb.
Hunt played all 16 games for the Browns last season, finishing with 198 carries for 841 yards and six touchdowns (4.2 yards per carry). He was a threat catching passes out of the backfield, ending up with 38 receptions for 304 yards and five touchdowns -- tied for the most amongst NFL running backs. Hunt finished with 1,145 yards from scrimmage with 11 touchdowns, the third time in four years he's finished with 1,100 yards from scrimmage and 11-plus touchdowns. Hunt is just the sixth running back since 1932 to post at least 20 rushing touchdowns and 15 receiving touchdowns in his first four years.
Hunt and Nick Chubb are arguably the most dynamic running back tandem in the NFL. The pair anchored the Browns to the third-ranking rushing attack (1,776 yards) in the league as Cleveland finished fifth in the NFL in yards per carry average (4.3). Chubb finished with 190 carries for 1,067 yards and 12 touchdowns (5.6 yards per carry average) in just 12 games.
There's plenty of reasons for the Browns not to trade Hunt, specifically since his cap number is just $4,870,588 this year, the first of a two-year contract extension he signed last September.