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Browns get boost, RB Hunt, RT Conklin practice before Ravens


AP Sports Writer

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt and All-Pro starting right tackle Jack Conklin returned from injured reserve and could play in this week’s AFC North showdown against Baltimore. Hunt missed five games with a calf injury, depriving the Browns of one of their top playmakers. Cleveland scored 17 points or fewer in four of the five games Hunt missed. Conklin sat out the past three games with an elbow injury. His replacement, Blake Hance, has struggled. The return of Hunt and Conklin could be a big boost for the Browns, who will play the division-leading Ravens twice in three weeks.

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