Found July 08, 2013 on
NFL Injury Report:
Earlier this offseason, it appeared that Cleveland Browns
running back Trent Richardson was at risk of missing the start of training camp
due to injury. However, Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer reports Richardson
has begun his running program as scheduled, adding that the running back is “still
on track for camp.”
While this is certainly good news, Cabot believes the Browns
are still likely to err on the side of caution when it comes to their primary
rusher. She wouldn’t be surprised if Cleveland limits Richardson early on in camp.
The team’s main focus will be keeping him healthy throughout the 2013 season.
Questions started swirling when the team announced
Richardson had suffered a leg injury earlier this offseason that was expected
to sideline him through the start of August. This would have him out for the
start of camp.
Despite only being in the league for one season, Richardson
has dealt with injuries. He was able to appear in 15 games last season, but he
was hampered by ailments throughout, and this year the Browns are going to try
and keep him healthier in hopes of him producing more consistently when he’s
able to suit up.
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