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Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson has no plans to miss Sunday's game against San Diego. Coach Pat Shurmur said the rookie, who has damaged cartilage in his ribs, practiced Thursday and looked better than he did last week. "He did a lot of work and you just do as much as you can to get them as good and as ready as they can be for 1 o'clock Sunday," Shurmur said. Richardson vowed that he would be on the field Sunday and shunned the idea that he would stay on the sideline until the Browns' Nov. 11 bye week, according to The Plain Dealer. "They already know what my mind-set is," Richardson said. "I'm not gonna sit down. That's just never been in me to sit down. I'm going to go out there and see what I can do." Richardson, who missed most of training camp and the preseason after arthroscopic knee surgery, has rushed for 348 yards this season.
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Like we did last year before it became fashionable, we’ll take a seat each week in our very own WFNY Browns film room and break down a little tape from the game, with a specific focus. Do enjoy.
All week I’ve been hearing discussion about Trent Richardson. There’s been talk about his injury. Talk about his lack of production on Sunday. Talk about sitting him for a few weeks...
After Sunday’s loss to the Colts, Browns coach Pat Shurmur said he pulled rookie running back Trent Richardson not because Richardson was injured, but because he was ineffective. But Richardson says the whole reason he’s ineffective is that he’s injured.We noted a week ago that Richardson’s rib injury is very painful, and Richardson acknowledged after the loss to the...
Trent Richardson’s transition to the NFL hasn’t gone as well as expected.
Many believed the former Alabama running back would excel in the NFL, but now Richardson isn’t even playing like himself.
Blame it on a painful rib cartilage injury, Richardson was embarrassed watching tape of himself. ”It really didn’t look like me,” he said. – Yahoo Sports
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson participated in today’s walk-through. Head coach Pat Shurmur doesn’t believe he suffered any setbacks by playing last week. Richardson’s status remains up in the … Continue reading »
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.
Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson appears on schedule to play to play Sunday against San Diego, though head coach Pat Shurmur refused to make any promises. "I think today was his third good day of practice," Shurmur told reporters Friday. "He's better this Friday than he was last. I can't tell you exactly what's going to happen Sunday, but...
Rookie running back Trent Richardson appears to be on the verge playing through his rib injury again this weekend.
Richardson worked with the Browns offense during practice this morning and looked comfortable taking handoffs and running.
Of course, the only way for Richardson to truly test the injury that has hindered him in each of the past two games is to find out how it...
Browns running back Trent Richardson doesn't expect to miss any games despite being limited by rib injuries the past two weeks.Fantasy Spin:This report comes from Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. Even if Richardson does play he won't be at 100 percent. Backup running back Montario Hardesty has gotten 22 carries the past two weeks and could be in for another heavy...
According to team beat writer Scott Petrak, Browns coach Pat Shurmur said running back Trent Richardson (ribs) looked "way better" in Wednesday's practice than he did at the same time last week.Fantasy Spin:The Browns were contemplating shutting Richardson down for three weeks and having him return following the team's bye week. The running back has been more positive...
Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur was encouraged from what he saw from running back Trent Richardson during Wednesday’s practice. He says Richardson looked better than he did last Wednesday. … Continue reading »
I’ve admittedly struggled with my criticisms of Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur. I am more than happy to critique individual decisions along the way, but frequently the desire of the fans is to reach conclusions as soon as humanly possible. I like to take my time reaching conclusions because, as they say, timing is everything. That’s why I said that I thought the Browns needed...
Trent Richardson has been dealing with a nagging injury and, rather than playing him hurt, the Cleveland Browns may elect to shut down their running back through Week 10 of the NFL's regular season.
ESPN's Ed Werder reported Tuesday on SportsCenter that the Browns are discussing shutting down Trent Richardson through their Week 10 bye, though no decision has been made yet...
Once again, Craig and Rick preview the matchup of the week. We also discussed the post I did about Pat Shurmur remaining for the rest of the season.
Pat Shurmur and his tenure
What are the benefits of not switching coaches mid-season?
Trent Richardson and his running style
The pass and run mix
The Chargers and their loss to the Broncos
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BEREA No. 98 will be a sight for sore eyes come Sundaysthat is, as soon as Pat Shurmur gives him the go ahead.
Phil Taylor could make his 2012 debut this week against the Chargers after missing the first seven games on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list with a torn pectoral injury. However, its more than likely it will take at least a week of him practicing before the decision...
Will the fourth and 1 furor that Pat Shurmur started ever die?
Pat McManamon: Sure. As soon as the next perplexing Browns play, call or event. This team has made drama an art form. Everyone last season thought Peyton Hillis was to blame, but it's continued this season. From strange play calls against the Eagles to that third-and-1 pass against the Giants to the fourth-and-1 pass...