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Kareem Hunt makes up for early fumble

Kareem Hunt had only one fumble in 856 career offensive touches at Toledo, and that came in his freshman season, according to draft analyst Dane Brugler of NFLDraftScout. Hunt fumbled on his first NFL carry. The third-round pick was visibly upset on the sideline as his Chiefs teammates tried to reassure him. The Patriots ended [more]
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