Rocky River Police have released the dashcam video of the traffic stop in which marijuana was allegedly found in the car of Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt.
In the video, Hunt can be heard telling a police officer that he was speeding in order to make a flight to Baltimore. The officer then proceeds to search the former Pro Bowl running back's car, where he found a backpack containing marijuana.
"Man, I've been through a lot," Hunt says. "Officer, I've been through a lot."
Hunt was issued a speeding ticket as a result of the stop, but not cited for the marijuana, which he said belonged to his brother. The Willoughby native signed with his hometown team last February after being released by the Kansas City Chiefs following the release of a video in which could be seen shoving and kicking a woman at The 9 Hotel in downtown Cleveland.
Hunt also admits in the video that he would've failed a drug test if forced to take one.
"You had a good second part of the year," the officer says in the video. "You don't want to screw that up over some weed."
On Friday, Browns said they were aware of the video but declined further comment. After serving an eight-game suspension to start the 2019 season, the 24-year-old Hunt totaled 179 rushing yards, 285 receiving yards and 3 total touchdowns in eight games for Cleveland in 2019.
He is currently a restricted free agent, meaning the Browns have the right to match any contract he is offered this offseason.