Found June 30, 2012 on IMAGE CPR SPORTS:
Jim Brown may have a different point of view, but newly drafted Cleveland Browns running back and former Alabama Crimson Tide standout Trent Richardson has his sights set on being the best in the NFL. “I want to be in the Hall of Fame and I want to be one of the most talked-about running backs in the NFL,” Richardson told the Akron Beacon Journal. “I want my name to always be remembered in a good way, not in a dumb way or in a crazy way. For me, I’m always gonna work hard and make sure that my standards are set high.”

Drew Carey throws a jab at Browns

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Fantasy Football Preview 2012: Trent Richardson

Welcome to Fantasy Football Preview 2012.  Each week I will evaluate individual players, strategies, and philosophy leading up to your 2012 Fantasy Football League Draft.  And no, it is never too soon to talk Fantasy Football - mainly because it is summer time in Phoenix and I would melt if I stepped outside.  Standard scoring league formats only.  Subscribe via RSS or email ...

Week in Review: Alford’s New Team, Notes from Cleveland

There wasn’t any action by way of transactions amongst Penn Staters in the NFL this week, but there were a few stories that were worth noting. Here’s what happened with Penn Staters in the NFL this week: Jay Alford Signs with CFL’s Saskatchewan ‘Riders His NFL career was defined by one play. Jay Alford‘s sack of Tom Brady late in the 2008 Super Bowl etched him into...

Browns, Brandon Weeden hit a road block in contract negotiations

Getty Images According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the reason Brandon Weeden hasn’t signed his rookie contract is because there’s a hold up between his reps and the Browns over guaranteed money.  He wants all four years of his deal guaranteed and the Browns don’t seem willing to give him that. Even though the NFL now has a rookie sloting system, guaranteed...

Cleveland Browns 2012 Fantasy Football Preview

Ranking 30th in the NFL at 13.6 points per game is hard to swallow, but it really shouldn’t come as much a surprise to anyone because the Cleveland Browns had the 28th youngest offense in the league. With high draft picks Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden, the Browns aren’t getting any older at key positions and that is why it could be another year to take extreme caution...

Tedy Bruschi won’t let his son play football until he’s 14 and more in NFL Daily Digest.

Thanks Mom: The topic of whether or not NFL players will let their kids play football has been a hot button topic this off-season. Former Patriot Tedy Bruschi gave... To read this and other NFL headlines, please click the link below.

While We’re Waiting… Trent Richardson’s fantasy potential, Jordan Hall’s Injury, Remembering Paul Sorrento, and Warming up to Waiters

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at The Browns might actually have a worthwhile fantasy player! Huzzah! “Richardson is a do-everything back, a three-down player who will clearly be the centerpiece of Cleveland’s...

Richardson is a man on a mission

Jim Brown is the greatest player in Cleveland Browns history, if not the entire NFL. Trent Richardson hopes to earn those same accolades for himself someday. "I want to be the best thing that ever happened to Cleveland," the Browns rookie running back told me and SiriusXM NFL Radio co-host Jim Miller last week at the NFL's Rookie Symposium in Aurora, Ohio. "...
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