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Trent Richardson happy with Browns' chemistry on offense

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02:33 PM ET 08.28 | Cleveland Browns starting running back Trent Richardson recently stated that he's feeling far more comfortable with his role in the Browns offense and is acclimating himself to the NFL game, something opposing defenders probably aren't exactly thrilled to learn. Coming out of the University of Alabama, Richardson (on a relatively poor Browns team) put up some impressive stats, especially for a rookie, rushing for just under 1,000 yards, hitting paydirt 11 times - this after missing the preseason. Now embarking on his sophomore season, Richardson is expecting more from himself given his improved chemistry with the offense.

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August 28, 2013  05:48 PM ET

Wait til your paycheck bounces, then let us know about the chemistry in the locker room.

August 28, 2013  06:45 PM ET

Browns finally have a good RB, hope he stays healthy.

August 28, 2013  07:12 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Browns finally have a good RB, hope he stays healthy.

That's the caveat. His health.

August 28, 2013  08:45 PM ET

He's only going to get better. I thought he was drafted too high, but as everyone has already said here, his health will dictate it.

I'd say he's the best offensive threat they've had since Hillis, but that ain't saying much.

August 28, 2013  08:48 PM ET

Where is Slappy on the Browns threads these days?

August 28, 2013  08:56 PM ET

"happy with Browns' chemistry"

Chemicals do that!

August 30, 2013  11:37 PM ET

He js a hell of a RB

 
August 30, 2013  11:37 PM ET

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