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Browns' RB Kareem Hunt Suspended Eight Games For Violating Personal Conduct Policy

SI.com Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Browns' RB Kareem Hunt Suspended  Eight Games For Violating Personal Conduct PolicyThe Browns will be without Kareem Hunt for the first half of the season.
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The NFL announced Friday that it is suspending Browns RB Kareem Hunt for eight games for violating its personal conduct policy. SI Now’s Ryan Asselta and Amy Campbell weigh in with their thoughts on the situation.

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