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After today’s game against the Colts, Browns running back Trent Richardson told the media that his rib injury is worse than people think.Richardson left today’s game early and never returned because of his ribs.“Coach didn’t think I was as I usually am,” said Richardson, per the Akron Beacon-Journal. “That’s something I have to swallow. It’s a process trying to get back. The injury I have is much bigger than what folks think it is, and I don’t want to do anything to hurt the team.“I’m not myself out there right now. You look at me, I guess I’m not running hard like I’m used to, so I’m not out there right now. So it is worse than what people think it is.”I get the feeling that Richardson won’t play next week, but we’ll see what happens as the week goes on.
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Browns coach Pat Shurmur stated Monday that Trent Richardson’s rib-cartilage injury will be evaluated on a week-to-week basis, and Shurmur isn’t ruling out giving Richardson a week off.“You just watch him practice and see where he’s at physically,” said Shurmur. “If he’s ready to play, he’ll play. If we see this is bothering him to the point where he can’t perform...
Since the Browns head coach doesn’t have the mental capacity to make the determination about Trent Richardson’s health it is time for the Browns new owner to step in and force Shurmur to sit T-Rich until he is healthy enough to come back strong. The Cleveland Browns have a very able running back in Montario Hardesty who could step in without even missing a beat. Hardesty has...
It hurt me inside not being out there. I didn’t want to come out. [Coach Pat Shurmur] knows what’s best, he made his decision. You will have to ask him [if it was the right decision]. For me, I thought I should have been in the game, but that’s any athlete, anyone who has that fight in him and is competitive. [...] [The injury] is worse than people think. I’m not myself out...
According to Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com, ESPN’s Ed Werder has reported that the Cleveland Browns are thinking about shutting down running back Trent Richardson for the next three weeks because … Continue reading »
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson was adamant that even after suffering a rib injury last week, he would be ready to play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
Today that was not the case, and whether it was the injury or non-effectiveness, Richardson did not finish the game against the Colts.
Browns head coach Pat Shurmur felt he had seen enough of...
Cleveland running back Trent Richardson has exited the game and is questionable to return.Fantasy Spin:Though the Browns haven't announced why Richardson is on the sidelines, we're guessing it has something to do with the rib injury that forced him from last week's game against the Bengals. Montario Hardesty has come on to take his place rushing for 24 yards on six carries.
While Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson was
able to start Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, the rookie was
eventually removed from the game by coach Pat Shurmur, reports Kareem Copeland
"We just kind of didn't
feel like he could play as effective as he'd been," Shurmur said. "He
wanted to play."
Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur wouldn’t rule anything
out when it comes to running back Trent Richardson. After the back was benched
during the second half of Sunday’s matchup against the Indianapolis Colts,
Shurmur indicated that Richardson could be rested for a week or two due to his
rib injury, reports Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer.
"You just watch...
ESPN’s Ed Werder reported on SportsCenter Tuesday afternoon that the Cleveland Browns are currently discussing the possibility of shutting down Trent Richardson (ribs) through their Week 10 bye.
Werder termed Richardson’s rib-cartilage injury “serious,” and hinted it was aggravated on a “direct hit” in the second quarter of last week’s loss to Indianapolis, a game where...
Don’t want to hurry back Juan…
Richardson was benched in the second half of last week’s game due to his inability to play at his normal high level. The Browns knowing he is the key to their offense may choose to shut him down till after their bye week.
Ed Werder had this to say:
“The team (is) now discussing whether to hold [Richardson] out through the bye week to allow...
Browns coach Pat Shurmur will evaluate running back Trent Richardson (rib cartilage) on a week-to-week basis to see if he needs some time off.
With the Browns' schedule ahead including home games against San Diego and Baltimore and then the bye week, Shurmur hasn't ruled out letting Richardson heal and return after the bye week, Nov. 18 in Dallas.
"You just watch...
Browns running back Trent Richardson did not play during the second half of Sunday's loss at Indianapolis after apparently aggravating a rib injury that had him considered questionable coming into the game.
Richardson had eight carries for eight yards and caught two passes totaling 11 yards in the first half of Sunday's 17-13 defeat, but was sidelined the entire two quarters...
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...