The Cleveland Browns might be in the market to trade some of their good players.
As they sit at 2-5, it seems unlikely that they will turn their season around anytime soon.
One player whose name keeps coming up in trade talks is Kareem Hunt.
The former RB1 for the Kansas City Chiefs has been reduced to a lesser role during his tenure in Cleveland.
Also, with Nick Chubb in the building, it is very unlikely that the Browns will re-sign Hunt after this season.
So it makes sense for Cleveland to move him now while they can still get something in return.
With plenty of NFL teams in need of a running back, it appears Cleveland could get a mid-round pick for Hunt.
— NFL Rumors (@nflrums) October 26, 2022
A Fair Value For Hunt
If Hunt is only worth a fourth-round pick, it would be surprising if someone does not pull the trigger on that deal.
Hunt has shown in Kansas City that he can be a workhorse running back.
The 27-year-old is a great pass catcher and has not received a full workload in years.
Whatever team trades for Hunt better be ready to pay him at the season’s end.
Some teams that may be interested in Hunt are the Rams, Bills, or Eagles.
We have already seen Christian McCaffrey moved before the deadline, now it will be interesting to see what other RBs change teams.
The Browns need to decide what they want to do with Hunt, with the trade deadline closing in.