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Trent Richardson is expected to play the whole game if he’s cleared for Week 1.
Richardson was back at practice Saturday riding a bike on the sidelines. While this is good news for owners and he appears to be in line to play next week, keep in mind he likely won’t see a heavy workload. If you own him you’re obviously going to start him, just temper any lofty expectations.
Kellen Winslow was released by the Seattle Seahawks.
This appears to be a combination of a player already on the decline due to health issues with someone who thinks they’re still worth over $3 million a year. It’s hard to imagine Winslow getting picked up by another team for that price but stranger things have happened. Zach Miller, who had success with the Raiders before signing with Seattle last season, can be seen as a bye-week replacement. Evan Moore, who was released by the Browns signed with Seattle to backup Miller.
Greg Salas was traded to the New England Patriots for a conditional draft pick.
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Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson is practicing for the first time since undergoing knee surgery on Aug. 9, raising the likelihood he will play in Sunday's season opener against Philadelphia. Richardson had a sleeve on his left knee Monday as the Browns continued preparing for the Eagles.
Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick in April's draft, had not been on the field...
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There is no such thing as minor knee surgery, so when the Browns said Trent Richardson would be back Week 1 I didn’t believe them.
We will see.
Sidelined and hidden from public view for nearly a month, Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson might play in Cleveland’s season opener.
Richardson, who underwent knee surgery Aug. 9, rode a stationary bike before Saturday’s...
Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson is practicing for the first time since undergoing knee surgery on Aug. 9, raising the likelihood he will play in Sunday's season opener against Philadelphia.
Richardson had a sleeve on his left knee Monday as the Browns continued preparing for the Eagles. Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick in April's draft, had not been on the...
Trent Richardson practiced for the first time since having his knee scoped, leaving the Browns (and Richardson’s fantasy owners) with hope that the rookie tailback will suit up this Sunday against the Eagles.
Philadelphia ranked in the bottom half of the NFL last season against the run, and while football purists are skeptical about the potential success of a rookie running back...
According to ESPN Cleveland, the Browns are not ruling out running back Trent Richardson (knee) for the season opener, even though he has yet to practice.Fantasy Spin:Richardson was back on the practice field Saturday, riding a stationary bike. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said, "If (Richardson) plays, he will be ready to go and play the whole game." That should help fantasy...
Browns Trent Richardson (knee) is back at practice on Monday, according to Tony Grossi.Fantasy Spin:This would be his first action since having his knee scoped. The true test of the knee is whether he can come back at the Browns' next practice. He's still questionable for the season opener with Philadelphia, but he's certainly headed in the right direction. Expect a limited...
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, rookie running back Trent Richardson is close to getting back on the practice field after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery just a few weeks ago.
Shurmur said Richardson is very close to practicing.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) September 1, 2012
It looks like the Browns are still holding out hope that Richardson...
With Sept. 9 rapidly approaching, the Browns are optimistic rookie running back and first-round pick Trent Richardson will be ready to play.
BEREA -- There was a Trent Richardson sighting at Browns practice on Saturday.
Richardson spent the 75-minute workout riding a bike, which is more than he's been seen doing since he had arthroscopic knee surgery Aug. 9.
Coach Pat Shurmur gave his usual sketchy rundown on Richardson's status and whether he'll be available for the season opener against the Eagles.
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson was back at practice on Tuesday after undergoing a knee scope just a few weeks ago.
“Richardson returned to the practice field today less than a month after a scope on his left knee and got some work with the first-team offense in preparation for Sunday’s opener against the Eagles,” wrote Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland...
Trent Richardson was drafted with the third overall pick by the Cleveland Browns in the 2012 NFL Draft and is expected to be one of the biggest sports stars northeast Ohio has witnessed since LeBron James headed for South Beach two years ago. Those expectations may have slightly diminished after an offseason knee surgery slowed Richardson down and forced him to miss every preseason...
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Trent Richardson has practiced with the Browns. All that's left is for him to play.