Found September 20, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown said Trent Richardson was just another running back in April, now he’ll get to meet Richardson this Sunday.

Brown will attend Sunday’s game against the Bills to watch the induction of his friend and former teammate Ernie Green into the Browns Legends Class, along with Clarence Scott. It will be Brown’s first team function in two years, since his front-office role was demoted by team president Mike Holmgren and he quit, instead.

“Just to meet [Brown] is an honor,” said Richardson. “He’s always been an icon. He’s always been somebody that you want to have a season like, a career like. To meet him and be on the same field means a lot.”

After watching Richardson’s impressive touchdown run from last week’s win over the Bengals, it sounds like Brown understands why the Browns drafted him.

Brown, who watched highlights of Richardson’s breakout day in Cincinnati, told The Plain Dealer’s Bill Livingston on Monday that Richardson’s 23-yard tackle-busting, juking, spinning touchdown catch-and-run was impressive and that it showed “an ability they drafted him for.”

Richardson will have a opportunity to show off his skills to Brown while he’s in attendance.

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