The Browns are working with the NFL to see if running back Kareem Hunt can remain with the team during his eight-game suspension for two physical altercations, a league source told cleveland.com. In regards to the suspensions for violations of the Personal Conduct Policy, players are typically banned from the club facility and all team activities during the suspension. The Browns are hoping that Hunt can continue to work out at the Browns' facility and attend meetings during the ban, which was for shoving and kicking a woman in the hallway outside his apartment in February of 2018, and for another alleged altercation with a man at a Put-in-Bay Island establishment in June. It's even more imperative for Hunt to have the structure of the team and a strong support system in place considering he's back in his hometown, where the two alleged incidents took place.
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