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The Cleveland Browns added rookie running back Trent Richardson to their injury report because of an illness. He is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the visiting Washington Redskins. Richardson has run for 869 yards on 247 carries this year, an average of 3.5 yards per rush. He also has 10 touchdowns, nine of them rushing.
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The Cleveland Browns have listed rookie RB Trent Richardson as probable for Sunday’s game, due to an illness. There’s no word on what illness hit Richardson, who has been dinged up all season, but he is expected to play.
On Friday, #Browns RB Trent Richardson was listed as probable (chest/rib/finger). Team just sent update saying he’s also ill. Still probable
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The Cleveland Browns number one draft pick seems to get worse week by week. To mention this guy Trent Richardson in the same breath as the great Jim Brown is a travesty of mis-justice.. I don’t think we can find one game in the NFL when Jim Brown only rushed for 28 yards. Today Richardson claimed the rookie record for touchdowns by a Browns running back a record that has been...
Trent Richardson had a few choice words about the way the team played today in Cleveland. He kept it respectful and said a lot of the right things, but you have to wonder if just maybe he questions the gameplan that saw him carry the ball only twice in the second half of a game.
(On if he was surprised by the way this game went after the team played so well the past three weeks)...
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson ran through several Washington Redskins defenders during a 6-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of Sunday's NFL game at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Watch Richardson get stuffed at the 1-yard line by three Redskins defenders, yet still kept his feet moving and powered through to the end zone.
As of this writing, Richardson...
The Cleveland Browns site didn’t include this quote in their summary of player quotes, but Tom Reed of the Plain Dealer certainly noticed it. Trent Richardson seems to be indicating that his two rushes in the second half weren’t a part of the original plan, but instead an unfortunate deviation.
“We [were] ready for the game,” Richardson said. “I think we’ve just got a...
Trent Richardson scored two rushing touchdowns in the first half of the Browns game against the Redskins. The first gave him his 10th to break the record and the 11th padded his lead and gave the Browns a 14-10 halftime lead.
Richardson’s 10th pushed him past Eric Metcalf and Browns legend Jim Brown.
[Related: Browns Rookie Record Report]
The below touchdown run by Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson is rated "AN" for certain viewers.
That "AN" stands for being absolutely nasty.
Watch as Trent carries nearly half of Redskins defense during this touchdown run in the first quarter:
(Courtesy of The Big Lead)
Trent Richardson of the Cleveland Browns put his team up 6-0 following a short touchdown run in which he carried five Redskins players on his back into the end zone. Check out how it looked like Trent was stopped on the one but channeled his best beast mode impression and found the goal line.
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Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson is close to 1,000 yards rushing, but his yards-per-carry average has some wondering if the injuries to his knee and ribs are causing his skills to regress.
BEREAOn the surface, it appears that rookie Trent Richardson is having an outstanding season. He has set the Browns single season rookie record in scrimmage yards and numerous other records.
With three games to play, Richardson needs just 131 yards to hit the 1,000-yard mark. He already has rushed for nine touchdowns, tying a record held since Jim Brown scored nine touchdowns as...
The Cleveland Browns have added running back Trent
Richardson to their Week 15 injury report as he’s dealing with an illness,
reports Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. The rookie is probable to play today
against the Washington Redskins.
Richardson, the third overall pick in the 2012 draft, has
been added to the injury report with an illness. He is officially listed
The Cleveland Browns dropped another game this season, falling at home to the Washington Redskins, who were forced to start Kirk Cousins due to the leg injury suffered by Robert Griffin III last Sunday. It turned out that Cousins was more than an adequate replacement, as he helped lead the Redskins to a blowout victory over the Browns that kept them right in the thick of things in...
From kids in Florida to NFL rookies, Cleveland's Trent Richardson and Washington's Alfred Morris have known each other for years.
The running backs first met on the field growing up in Pensacola, Fla., where Richardson remembers Morris as ''the biggest dude out there.'' Morris said Richardson ''had the calves of a grown man.'' A rivalry that...
Hey, let’s play Predictions! Last week’s winner is Phil Reed, who nailed his Ravens game pick and has a doozy of a guest post coming. A reminder on how it works, for the uninitiated:
Our Redskins-loving “staff” makes predictions in the post, readers make predictions in the comments, and the commenter who comes closest to predicting the final score gets to make a guest post...
CLEVELAND -- From high on the ramps at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday, one sound wafted up from the lower deck as fans departed.
"Hail to the Redskins," sang a group of Washington types. "Hail victory."
On it went, the ultimate insult to the home team that started the game with hopes of continuing some long-lost positive momentum built with three wins in...