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Kareem Hunt says he’s back to “100 percent” after 2021 injuries

Mike Florio discusses Baker Mayfield's situation in Cleveland and why it is in the best interest of all parties involved for Mayfield to play quarterback for the Browns in 2022 if Deshaun Watson is suspended.

Browns running back Kareem Hunt would like to sign a contract extension with the team and better health would be a good way to make his case for a new deal.

Hunt missed nine of the team’s final 11 games last year because of calf and ankle injuries, but it appears that the time off since the end of the season has been good for him. Hunt said on Wednesday that he is back to full health ahead of this summer’s training camp.
“I’m good. I’m 100 percent. I had some time to heal this offseason,” Hunt said, via Ashley Bastock of

Hunt also reiterated his desire to find agreement on a contract that would keep him in Cleveland beyond the 2022 season. While that could happen ahead of the season, the chances would seem even better if he can put a healthy season under his belt this year.