Former Browns RB coach Stump Mitchell Fires message of regret in cleveland

Former Browns RB coach Stump Mitchell disappointed in Cleveland
: In an exclusive interview, recently fired Browns RB coach Stump Mitchell talked about his time at the helm, including some interesting facts about Kareem Hunt’s job.
Ethics

   Sometimes NFL coaching changes are problematic.
Browns not sacked after Stump Mitchell. Stump Mitchell did not speak negatively of the Browns administration or head coach Kevin Stefanski in an interview with Camryn Justice of local television station News Channel 5. .
But he voiced his frustration about one thing: Kareem Hunt running back.
Asked to talk about the running back room he’s worked with since arriving in Cleveland in 2019, Mitchell sighed and, needless to say, isn’t getting much from Hunt, he asked the 28-year-old Heand. Working method.

   And the things I couldn’t and couldn’t do while I was there were Kareem’s greatest strengths. Mitchell said. If they bring him back, I hope the next coach will benefit from him. As a coach, all you want is for the player to be better, but I can’t say that he’s the last one on the appointment or that he doesn’t make it to training on time. Kareem is a great player, but this is a team game.

   Mitchell also went on to explain some of the ways he tried to get the most out of former runners, including getting senior team leaders to talk to him.

  According to Mitchell, nothing changed Huntand’s attitude.
And I tried to take every opportunity I could with Jacoby Brissett, Deshaun [Watson] and the people I was talking to. Mitchell said. But in this business, timing is everything.

I think Kareem did a lot. But I think what he has to do is work hard and give it his all without having to decide who he was. I think he’s a great guy. player
Hunt began 2023 as a free agent after the Browns decided not to bring him back last season. But after Nick Chubb went down with a knee injury in Week 2, Hunt re-signed with the team to add to the depleted backcourt.

   The Cleveland native led the team in touchdowns and reached the end zone a career-high nine times. He also scored two touchdowns in the Browns’ 45-14 wild-card loss to the Texans. However, it wasn’t a season-best for Hunt, who finished with a measly 3 yards per carry. He finished the campaign with 411 rushing yards.

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