Cleveland Brown running back Kareem Hunt was baptized on Sunday and the team's general manager and head coach were there to support him.
Hunt was baptized at True Vine Baptist Church in Cleveland and John Dorsey and Freddie Kitchens made a surprise appearance at the ceremony.
Hunt said that he turned his life to religion after he was accused of beating a woman in a hotel last year, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
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The 23-year-old's baptism comes just months after he was released by the Kansas City Chiefs following an assault at a Cleveland hotel. Surveillance footage showed him hustling and then kicking a woman while she was on the ground. The Browns signed Hunt in February.
Last week, Hunt recalled his reaction to watching the video.
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"I was like," Wow, it's really not that good. It's not me, "said Hunt." I have not watched the video for a very long time. "
Dorsey recruited the 23-year-old running back in 2017 and determined that Hunt deserved a chance to redeem himself.
Hunt has been suspended eight times for his actions. He added that he was following weekly consultations to control his mood.
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He said he did not contact the victim, but if he did, he would apologize.