Found July 24, 2013 on Football Nation:
Last year, Trent Richardson was a beaten man. Even before training camp in Cleveland, Richardson was dealing with injuries.Through his first season in Ohio, the former Alabama running back dealt with nagging injuries that halted his progress, gaining only 950 yards in his rookie campaign. This year looks to be different.While the Browns have a new look, a new head coach and a new offensive coordinator (Norv Turner), the Browns expect to get the ball in Richardson’s hands early and often.But in the eyes of this reporter, all the success and changes over the course of the offseason does not make Richardson, the former No. 3 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft a first rounder in fantasy football drafts.Looking at the league and the lists of potential runners who could be scooped up in the first round, I have Richardson listed as a middle of the road pick, the second wave of runners who will find spots on rosters in the second and third rounds. My concerns about Richardson are easy to identify. ...
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