Browns’ Jack Conklin, Kareem Hunt return to practice

Cleveland Browns All-Pro right tackle Jack Conklin and running back Kareem Hunt have been designated to return from injured reserve.

The Browns have 21 days to activate the pair to the 53-man roster.

Conklin has missed the past four games with a dislocated elbow. Hunt has missed the past five games with a calf injury.

Conklin, 27, was injured Oct. 31 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has started all 78 games in his career with the Tennessee Titans (2016-19) and Browns. The 2016 first-round pick was an All-Pro first team selection in 2016 and 2020.

Hunt, 26, was carted off in the fourth quarter against the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 17 with a non-contact injury. He has 361 yards rushing with five touchdowns on the season.

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