No, you didn’t read the title wrong. The Cleveland Browns have decided to move their franchise cornerstone, running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts who just recently lost Vick Ballard for the season.
Richardson, drafted out of Alabama in 2012, played in 15 games his rookie season, accumulating 950 yards on the ground and another 367 through the air on 318 touches and 12 combined touchdowns.
Coming back to the Browns in exchange for the superstar running back is the Colts #1 pick in the 2014 draft.
Left on the Browns roster is 2nd-year undrafted free agent Bobby Rainey and 5th-year fullback Chris Ogbonnaya, neither of which has the skill-set to take off and over the starting role permanently.
The Browns announced Wednesday that veteran running back Willis McGahee is heading into town for a physical and barring any unforeseen medical issues will be signed by their organization.
At 32 years of age, it would be shocking to see McGahee excel in this role, especially c...