Cleveland PD announced that a member of the police department provided a copy of former Chief RB Kareem Hunt‘s February 10 incident report to an NFL representative.
“Following an internal review, it has been determined that in February 2018 a member of the Cleveland Division of Police provided a copy of the police report involving the February 10, 2018 assault incident at The 9 to a representative from the National Football League,” said Cleveland PD, via TMZ.com.
Regarding the possibility of Hunt playing in the NFL again, a team executive told Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report that he expects Hunt to be signed because there are “no repercussions” for adding players like him.
“He will be back because we can’t help ourselves as a league,” said the NFL executive. “Show me one example where our league suffered from signing players like Hunt. That’s why he’ll play again. There are no repercussions for signing guys like him. But there are if you don’t.”
Cris Carter said on FS1 that “good sources” have told him that Jim Harbaugh is “trying” to leave Michigan and is interested in coaching the Browns or Packers, while members of Green Bay’s front office are “enamored” with him.
“Watch out for Jim Harbaugh because Jim Harbaugh, potentially, is trying to get his way out of Michigan, all right?” Carter said, via USA Today. “I’ve got good sources that are telling me not only Green Bay but also watch out for the Cleveland Browns. He likes the quarterback situations there, and, I believe, that there is front office people in Green Bay who are enamored with Jim Harbaugh and potentially trying to get him to come to Green Bay.”
Joel Corry of CBS Sports takes a look at seven players who could possibly receive the franchise tag over the offseason, including:
- Cowboys DE Demarcus Lawrence
- Texans OLB Jadeveon Clowney
- Chiefs OLB Dee Ford
- Giants S Landon Collins
- Seahawks DE Frank Clark
- Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski
- Falcons DT Grady Jarrett