Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes knows just how talented and prolific current Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt can be, as the two played alongside one another for the AFC West franchise.

However, despite his ability to perform well atop the highest level, Hunt was briefly out of the league following his short stint with the Chiefs, as the Browns running back infamously violated the league's personal conduct policy.

After serving his eight-game suspension, the Browns picked Hunt up and slotted him behind starting running back Nick Chubb, with the tandem creating quite the duo in Cleveland. Hunt has already scored two touchdowns in the first half in the wild card round against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers as the aforementioned Mahomes has apparently been tuned into the AFC North showdown.

During his time with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, Kareem Hunt led the entire NFL in rushing yards and burst onto the scene in no time after making his way to the league from the collegiate ranks at Toledo.

The 25-year-old rusher was originally selected by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, though his time in Kansas City will always be marred by his unspeakably troublesome behavior. Hunt was seen on camera kicking and shoving a young woman at a hotel and was subsequently released by the team.

Even after an incredible start to his NFL career on the field, Hunt's behavior away from it was so malicious that it rightfully cost him his job in Kansas City.