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Trent Richardson had 2 knee surgeries this offseason, including one just about a month ago, but he’s still expected to start this week against the Eagles. However, the Browns may limit his carries after he was limited in practice all week. Montario Hardesty will be the beneficiary of Richardson ceding any carries on early downs, while 3rd down specialist Brandon Jackson will continue to serve in that role.
Still, it’s not a good sign that he’s had two surgeries and rookie running backs have trouble adjusting to the 16 game workload of the NFL historically anyway. 1st round pick running backs have averaged just 165 carries as rookies since 2007. Richardson will probably exceed that number, but I’m not all that hopeful, at least for his rookie year, especially on an offense that figures to be stagnant with so many rookies and 2nd year players playing big roles (6 of 11 offensive starters are in their 1st or 2nd year and that doesn’t include Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron, who could be...
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After undergoing two knee surgeries in six months, rookie running back Trent Richardson will start for the Browns, according to an NFL.com report.
Richardson underwent a minor procedure on his left knee on Aug. 9.
Richardson, who has not participated in any preseason action, will make his NFL debut against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Browns traded up in April's NFL Draft and...
Browns running back Trent Richardson received 19 carries Sunday against the Eagles but he couldn't find any running room due to the ineptitude of the Browns passing offense.Fantasy Spin:Richardson didn't play in the preseason after having arthroscopic knee surgery in August. He finished with 39 yards, a 2.1 ypc average, while catching one pass for five yards. Brandon Weeden...
If you happen to be looking for the first big hit of the NFL season, check out this collision between Cleveland Browns rookie Trent Richardson and Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Kurt Coleman. Watch as Richardson trucks Coleman and send his helmet flying nearly 10 yards from the end of the play:
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, rookie running back Trent Richardson will get the start for the Browns today, despite the fact that he just underwent arthoscopic knee surgery a few weeks ago.
Good AM. Couple nuggets: Browns RB Trent Richardson (knee surgery) will start today. And LB Scott Fujita is unlikely to play, per sources.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September...
Gatorade recently arranged for Washington Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III and Cleveland Browns rookie Trent Richardson to play each other in a game of HORSE.
RG3 won the game and celebrated his win with a windmill dunk.
Video via Vimeo. H/T OTB.
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Do something Trent Richardson was not able to do in preseason games in 2012 — run!
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Check out the video below of Browns running back Trent Richardson jacking up Eagles safety Kurt Coleman.
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In Sunday's Eagles-Browns game, Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson absolutely demolished Eagles safety Kurt Coleman. Richardson lowered his head and smashed it directly into Coleman's head, sending the defensive back's helmet flying as Richardson picked up nine yards on the play. He'd be stopped behind the line on the next play, and the Browns would...
Cleveland Browns rookies Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson both struggled in Week 1. Can they turn things around and catch up with the outstanding play of the Browns defense?
Cleveland Browns fans are tired of waiting and hoping for someday. The Browns had the fourth youngest team in the NFL last year; and they are going to be even younger in 2012. Fifteen rookies including QB Brandon Weeden and RB Trent Richardson made the team to go along with 11 second-year players and seven players entering their third year. That means that 62% (33 players) of...
From Adrian Peterson, Trent Richardson and Stephen Hill to Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson, we thought we knew what was going to happen during Week 1 of the NFL season. The first Sunday of the NFL season has finally come and gone. While many of us believed we knew what was going to happen, the results were normal for the first week, completely off from what we thought.
The 2012 NFL season has not even kicked off yet, but the injuries are starting to pile up for several fantasy football players. While most of these injuries are not season-ending, as far as fantasy football is concerned people do need to take them into consideration if they are still preparing for a draft. Here’s a look at some advice for a few of the top players in the league...