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Sep 22, 2022 12 47 3.9 11 0 5
Sep 18, 2022 13 58 4.5 13 0 6
Sep 11, 2022 11 46 4.2 24 1 18

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2022 151 4.19 1 9 54 1
2021 386 4.95 5 22 174 8710.9
2020 841 4.25 6 38 304 5 18011.3
3y Avg. 469 4.42 4 32 254 2 1079.7
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    Hunt seems like a safe bet for 15 touches, and he has scoring potential thanks to his usage near the goal-line. But the usage and the matchup favor Chubb, which you probably could have guessed. I'd sit Hunt for the upside of Rhamondre Stevenson, Tony Pollard and Cam Akers, but I'd still chance it with Hunt ahead of Chase Edmonds, Melvin Gordon, and, in PPR, J.K. Dobbins.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Another solid complementary effort

    Hunt rushed 12 times for 47 yards and brought in three of four targets for 14 yards in the Browns' 29-17 win over the Steelers on Thursday night. As customary, Hunt was the ideal complement to lead back Nick Chubb, offering the latter a breather on occasion and also contributing in the passing game with the third-most receptions on the team. Hunt has no fewer than 11 carries and has recorded multiple receptions in the Browns' first three games, a reliable workload that can afford him some fantasy success with enough touchdown equity. The veteran back will look to continue building on his successful start versus the Falcons in a Week 4 road battle a week from Sunday.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Gets 15 touches in Week 2 loss

    Hunt rushed 13 times for 58 yards and caught both of his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 31-30 loss to the Jets. Hunt scored twice in Week 1 while Nick Chubb was kept out of the end zone, but the script flipped in Week 2, as Chubb found the end zone three times on 17 carries. Both running backs saw plenty of usage in a game that the Browns never trailed until Garrett Wilson gave the Jets the lead for good with 22 seconds remaining. Hunt has totaled 15 touches in each of Cleveland's first two games, so he should remain a key part of the offensive game plan Thursday against the Steelers.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: RBs to Start

    Kareem Hunt should be viewed as a must-start running back in all leagues even though he's the No. 2 option in Cleveland's backfield behind Nick Chubb. In Week 1 at Carolina, Hunt had 11 carries for 46 yards and a touchdown, along with four catches for 24 yards and a touchdown on four targets. Hopefully he continues to get around 15 total touches per week, and he should return value as a top 20 Fantasy option in all leagues if that's the case.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I'm banking on Hunt staying hot in a more favorable matchup than last week. I'd start him over A.J. Dillon, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Cordarrelle Patterson.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Pair of scores in win

    Hunt rushed 11 times for 46 yards and a touchdown and brought in all four targets for 24 yards and another score in the Browns' 26-24 win over the Panthers on Sunday. Hunt played his usual complementary role behind Nick Chubb, logging just half the carries of his teammate. However, he was the only one of the two to find the end zone, crossing the goal line on a one-yard reception and 24-yard scamper in the first quarter to account for Cleveland's first two scores. Hunt notably finished second on the day for the Browns in both receptions and receiving yards, and with Jacoby Brissett's propensity for high-percentage throws, this could continue to be an even bigger component of the veteran back's offensive profile than usual. Hunt and his teammates aim to build on the wild season-opening victory when they face the Jets in a Week 2 home matchup next Sunday.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start him over A.J. Dillon and Ezekiel Elliott in all formats.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Sleeper RBs

    I'm counting on Hunt to play a pivotal role in the passing game for the Browns this week and likely for as long as Jacoby Brissett is the starter. He's not going to challenge downfield often and with a lot of success, and Cleveland has a suspect receiving corps behind Amari Cooper and David Njoku, which should give extra targets to Hunt. While Nick Chubb will be heavily involved in the game plan as the lead running back for the Browns, so will Hunt. He's at least a flex in the majority of leagues for Week 1.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I'm counting on Hunt to play a pivotal role in the passing game for the Browns this week and likely for as long as Jacoby Brissett is the starter. He's not going to challenge downfield often and with a lot of success, and Cleveland has a suspect receiving corps behind Amari Cooper and David Njoku, which should give extra targets to Hunt. While Nick Chubb will be heavily involved in the game plan as the lead running back for the Browns, so will Hunt. He's at least a flex in the majority of leagues for Week 1.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I'm counting on Hunt to play a pivotal role in the passing game for the Browns this week and likely for as long as Jacoby Brissett is the starter. He's not going to challenge downfield often and with a lot of success, and Cleveland has a suspect receiving corps behind Amari Cooper and David Njoku, which should give extra targets to Hunt. While Nick Chubb will be heavily involved in the game plan as the lead running back for the Browns, so will Hunt. He's at least a flex in the majority of leagues for Week 1.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Doesn't play in preseason

    Hunt didn't play in Saturday's preseason game versus the Bears, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Neither Hunt nor Nick Chubb suited up this preseason, which doesn't surprise with Jacoby Brissett poised to lead the Browns offense for much of the season due to Deshaun Watson's 11-game suspension. As a result, the backfield duo figures to have an outsized role. In three seasons with the Browns, Chubb has averaged 13 touches for 67.8 yards from scrimmage per game while scoring 19 touchdowns in 32 appearances.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Not suiting up Friday

    Hunt isn't slated to play in Friday's preseason game in Jacksonville. Hunt recently held himself out of team drills in training camp due to his desire for a new contract, but he eventually returned to full capacity at practice after two days. Still, he won't be available to the Browns offense, along with top running back Nick Chubb. With those two unavailable, D'Ernest Johnson, Demetric Felton, Jerome Ford and John Kelly will be the team's active members of the backfield Friday.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Participating in team drills Sunday

    Hunt returned to team drills Sunday after voluntarily sitting out the last two days while disgruntled with his current contract, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. Hunt held himself out of team drills during Friday and Saturday's sessions in protest while asking for a long-term extension, and James Palmer of NFL Network reported earlier Sunday that Hunt had requested a trade, which the team denied. However, despite the weekend drama, it appears the talented running back is back in the mix and will continue to participate fully in practices throughout training camp. Hunt appeared in only eight games during the 2021 campaign due to a litany of injuries, but he accounted for 1,145 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns in 2020.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Wants new contract

    Hunt has not participated in team drills over the last two days as he looks for a contract extension, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. The pseudo-holdout is a bit strange considering Hunt is still participating in individual workouts. The veteran tailback is on the final year of a two-year, $13.25 million extension signed back in 2020. Hunt played in just eight games during the 2021 season due to a litany of injuries, but he was a multi-talented force back in 2020,, accounting for over 1,100 yards from scrimmage along with 11 touchdowns. Given the Browns just dished out an expensive extension to star running back Nick Chubb last year, it remains to be seen what type of budget remains for Hunt, which could mean this situation persists into the dog days of training camp.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Feels healthy heading into 2022

    Hunt said Wednesday that he feels "100 percent" healthy heading into Cleveland's training camp, which begins July 27, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Hunt battled multiple injuries that limited him to just eight games in 2021, including a torn calf and an ankle issue. The No. 2 running back still managed to accumulate 560 yards on 100 total touches in a crowded position group consisting of Nick Chubb, D'Ernest Johnson and Demetric Felton. Hunt is heading into the final season of his current contract with the Browns, and he hopes to sign an extension with the team before the start of this coming season, according to Petrak. The 26-year-old has been a very effective complementary back during his three-year tenure with the Browns, but the team's difficult cap situation moving forward may complicate any extension talks this offseason.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Still has role

    Hunt remains in Cleveland's plans despite a surplus of running backs, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The Browns' selection of Jerome Ford in the fifth round of the 2022 draft set off speculation about the crowded running back room and how the team would accommodate the depth. The first thoughts were that Hunt or D'Ernest Johnson could be moved -- Hunt's in the final year of a deal and Johnson's tendered. However, there was a lot of Hunt and Nick Chubb on the field together during OTAs, suggesting the offense could feature them together more this season.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Inactive Sunday

    Hunt (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals. With the Browns out of playoff contention, the team will err on the side of caution with Hunt, who hasn't suited up since Week 14. As a result, Nick Chubb is slated to head the team's Week 18 backfield, with D'Ernest Johnson a candidate to mix in and Demetric Felton on hand in reserve.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Questionable for Week 18

    Hunt (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Hunt, who last suited up in Week 14, continues to be limited by an ankle issue, which clouds his status for the Browns' season finale. With the team eliminated from playoff contention, it's plausible that Hunt could be held out or limited Sunday if his ankle remains problematic ahead of Cleveland's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Limited again in practice

    Hunt (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Cleveland scheduled a traditional practice Thursday after holding more of a walk-through workout Wednesday, so Hunt likely was more active for the former session, even though he was listed as limited for the second day in a row. Unless he puts in a full practice Friday, Hunt's status for Sunday's game against the Bengals will be difficult to pin down. The Browns are already eliminated from playoff contention and have little else at stake in the regular-season finale, so the team could choose to hold Hunt out or limit his workload even if he's cleared to play for the first time since Week 14.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Limited Wednesday

    Hunt (ankle) was listed as a limited participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Head coach Kevin Stefanski said that Hunt's availability for Sunday's game against Cincinnati will depend on how he looks later in the week. The running back last played Week 14.
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