Freddie Kitchens promises to find Kareem Hunt role in Browns’ offense
The Cleveland Browns will have Kareem Hunt in the fold for the first time this week as his eight-game suspension ends. How they’ll work him into the offense is unclear, but coach Freddie Kitchens promised to do just that.
Kitchens said Hunt will “definitely” have a part to play in the offense despite the Cleveland running game being dominated by Nick Chubb right now.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) November 4, 2019
Hunt ran for 1,327 yards as a rookie. The talent is there. He also hasn’t played all year, and the Browns have no real reason to displace Chubb, who’s on pace to blow past 1,000 yards with ease. This would be a challenge for any coach to manage, but given some of the decisions Kitchens has made this season, there might be some worry about whether he can find a solution that suits everyone.