BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- As he watched the film of Sunday's loss at Indianapolis, Trent Richardson barely recognized the running back in the white No. 33 jersey and orange helmet.
The guy with the dreadlocks didn't hit the holes with authority. He didn't move the pile forward. He didn't make any of the Colts defenders miss. He didn't do much of anything.
Richardson was almost embarrassed.
"It really didn't look like me," he said.
Playing with a painful rib cartilage injury he tried to protect with a flak jacket, Richardson struggled from the outset in Cleveland's 17-13 loss and was benched at halftime by Browns coach Pat Shurmur, who only needed to call a few plays for his rookie star before realizing he was not going to be effective.
Richardson has no regrets about playing, and he intends to be ready for this Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers.
But the third overall pick in this year's NFL draft said Wednesday that he has yet to play at full speed this season because of injuri...