His sights are now set on helping the Cleveland Browns reach the same pedestal.
“I think we can do something special here,” Hunt said Monday afternoon on a Zoom call with reporters. “I want to get that Super Bowl feeling and I believe we can do it here in my hometown, and that would be bigger than anything, to bring a championship to Cleveland.”
When Hunt was pulled over in late January on Interstate 90 and cited for speeding, he lamented to the officer his frustration of not being with the Chiefs in the Super Bowl.
“I should be playing for a freaking Super Bowl. It hurts my soul,” Hunt could be heard saying on the dashcam video of the traffic stop.