Chiefs’ Kareem Hunt promises to ‘get better’ after Rookie of the Year debut

Kansas City running back Kareem Hunt knows the Chiefs have questions to answer heading into 2018.

Hunt won’t be a question mark for the Chiefs in 2018. He’s part of a standout rookie running back class along with Jacksonville’s Leonard Fournette and New Orleans’ Alvin Kamara, who also helped their respective teams reach the postseason. Hunt admitted he doesn’t know much about fantasy football but enjoyed the volume of messages he received on Twitter and Instagram. He’s already picturing more for 2018.

Just keep getting better and not got comfortable, Hunt said. I want to get better with every year.

Hunt spent Friday signing autographs as part of a promotion with Panini America is the exclusive trading card partner of the NFL.

I’m signing my arm off right now, he said, but it’s for a good cause.

He looked pretty good to me, cornerback Malcolm Butler said Friday, per

Added wide receiver Danny Amendola, He looked good … they’re always good throws [from him].

A source went so far as to tell Brady was zinging it pretty good in Friday’s practice.

Meanwhile, more detail has surfaced about the cause of the injury. Per NFL Network, Brady suffered a cut on his right thumb during a collision with Rex Burkhead while trying to hand off the ball to the running back at Wednesday’s practice. The cut was gushing blood and required [four] stitches.

Perhaps Pats fans will be able to get some sleep after this positive news about Brady, but there’s little doubt the nervousness will linger until game time.patriots_125_945b21fa96ea9486-180x180