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The Akron-Beacon Journal had an interview with Cleveland Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur who said that Trent Richardson has a nose for finding the end zone. Richardson has scored four touchdowns in his first four NFL games.
“Some guys have it, and some guys don’t,” Shurmur said. “There are running backs that can get you up and down the field, and then there are other ones when you give it to them … they find a way to get in the end zone. He has that ability.”
Richardson, who isn’t listed on the injury report this week for the first time all season, is locked and loaded as a red-zone asset. Trent Richardson reminds me of Peyton Hillis for the Browns before the headaches. Hillis is a tough back who is no where near as talented as T-Rich. Expect a huge week this week for the Browns running back.
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Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora responded to Browns running back Trent Richardson and dared him to see what he could do against them.
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Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora wants to see...
Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson doing something that seemed to be lacking in recent seasons - he's finding the end zone.
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