Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt is staging a partial "hold-in" at training camp as he seeks a contract extension.
Hunt skipped team drills for a second consecutive day Saturday as he pursues a contract extension, sources told CBS Sports HQ's Josina Anderson. It's believed that the veteran tailback's absence from the team portion of practice isn't health-related.
The 27-year-old informed the club multiple times that he currently plans to only participate in individual drills, according to Anderson.
Hunt also apparently told team members he would like to either get paid or welcome a trade.