The two-headed backfield of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt contributes to the Browns' offensive success. One NFL analyst, though, thinks Cleveland has to remove one of its best rushers.
As the new season approaches, Bleacher Report's Brent Sobleski made some audacious trade predictions before the start of Week 1. Kareem Hunt is one of them and is sent to Atlanta.
The league's top backfield belongs to the Cleveland Browns. Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, D'Earnest Johnson, Demetric Felton Jr., and rookie Jerome Ford are the team's five current running backs,
which sounds like plenty. With one or two less ball carriers, the Browns might continue on without any difficulty.
Early in the offseason, Hunt made an attempt to achieve that when he asked for a trade and staged a partial hold-in while hunting for a new deal. Both petitions were rejected by the Browns.
But Chubb is undoubtedly the best man in Cleveland. Hunt can play a prominent role in another offence, and the Browns have plenty of backfield depth to deal him for a strong return.
For More Stories