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Highly touted Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson gave dynasty league and early drafters a bit of a scary when news that he had soreness in the knee he had surgery on in February..
Things really got tense when word came out that he will travel to see Dr. James Andrews. is also talk of a second scope. That is not news you want to hear for somebody that likely went with the first pick in dynasty drafts and a first or second pick in re-drafts. Any mention of Dr. Andrews’ name makes hearts stop..
Throw on top of it the fact that there was some speculation that his carries could be scaled back in the early part of the season. You want to hear glowing reports of how well he’s handling training camp and how well he’s adjusting to the rigors on the NFL life. If he misses the entire preseason, this will be a reality..
Don’t let the knee and reduced carries talk scare you away. Richardson is the best rookie running back prospect since Adrian Peterson. With his size and ...
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The Browns faced the Lions in the GLC and the first quarter was certain to be the most interesting as Brandon Weeden and company would take most of their reps before departing. Here’s how it went.
Brandon Weeden had a mixed first drive. He threw the ball to the ground a couple times and eventually fumbled the ball away. Not before he threw a pass to Mohamed Massaquoi for a reception...
CLEVELAND -- A blue afternoon for the Browns ended a little brighter as coach Pat Shurmur said the team is "hopeful" running back Trent Richardson will be able to play in the season opener.
Noted orthopedic surgeon James Andrews is scheduled to perform an arthroscopic procedure on Richardson's left knee on Thursday.
"We're hopeful he'll be back quickly...
We wrote a fan forecast for the 2012 Browns for Kissing Suzy Kolber so click here to go there to check it out (our part starts in the grey box).
Big night tonight, of course, with kickoff in Detroit at 7:30, but not as big as Browns/Lions pre-season matchups used to be. Of course, it will always be a paradigmatic subject of intense historical and scientific interest that not only...
The Cleveland Browns have not exactly been a model franchise since returning to the NFL. The team has a winning record of 68-148 and only has one playoff appearance since returning in 1999. The Browns have tallied just 2 winning seasons in 13 years and have had 9 seasons with 5 wins or less. Some fans believe the team is cursed, while others are just desperate for a winning season...
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson is scheduled to have arthroscopic knee surgery Thursday to remove a "hang nail particle" of loose cartilage in his left knee, but he is expected to be back before the regular season opener, according to ESPN.com. The small particle, which has caused swelling, was found after an MRI on the knee and is expected to be...
Cleveland cornerback Joe Haden is facing a four-game suspension for failing a drug test for the prescription drug Adderall, which is among the league's list of banned substances.Fantasy Spin:The Browns will already be without defensive tackle Phil Taylor (torn pectoral muscle), linebacker Chris Gocong (torn Achilles tendon) and linebacker Scott Fujita (three-game suspension)...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson will undergo another knee scope in order to remove a “hang nail particle.”
The bad news is that Dr. Michael Kaplan of ESPN believes Richardson’s injury could linger throughout the season.
Kaplan explained that the reason for the possible knee scope on Richardson’s knee would be...
In another example of why I don’t draft my fantasy football teams until at least after the second week of the pre-season, Cleveland Browns rookie RB Trent Richardson is now reportedly heading back for a visit with legendary sports surgeon, Dr. James Andrews. It was revealed yesterday that rookie Richardson could sit for the Browns first exhibition game this week. The Alabama back...
Jason La Canfora of CBSSPorts.com is still hearing that former Eagles president Joe Banner will end up taking over for Mike Holmgren as the president of the Cleveland Browns.
La Canfora says that since the owners official vote to approve Jimmy Haslam as the new owner of the Browns won’t happen until October, changes within the front office likely won’t happen until 2013.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson is tentatively scheduled to undergo another arthroscopic procedure on his knee, in order to clean up loose cartridge particles.
Mortensen gave some more detail of theprocedure.
Richardson’s surgery would be considered as proactive minor procedure; a “hang nail particle” not related...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson is headed to Florida to visit with Dr. James Andrews to get a second opinion on his knee.
There was just a reported released that Richardson’s knee look fine after undergoing an MRI, but it looks like that might be the case, since he’s going for a second opinion.
Trent Richardson's ailing left knee may be more seriously
injured than the Cleveland Browns thought.
Never say that Cleveland Browns' training camp is dull.
The Browns finished 4-12 last season, having accomplished nothing and boring everyone. Peyton Hillis followed up a breakout season by being a recalcitrant, quitting dickbag who thought long and hard about leaving football for the CIA. Instead of joining the spooks, he left the Browns for the Chiefs. To restart their anemic offense, the Browns took Jim Brown-decreed “ordinary talent”...
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Quickly recapping the GLC victory: “Come on, Browns fans — don’t tell me I was the only one who had a goofy smile on their face when Jeff Wolfert’s 45-yard field...