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Topic - Montario Hardesty
Trent Richardson won't play in the Browns' first preseason game.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison understands his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy was illegal by the letter of the law.
Although James Harrison's devastating, illegal hit on Colt McCoy was witnessed by millions on television and thousands at Heinz Field, Cleveland's medical staff did not realize the severity of the blow when it treated the quarterback.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has carved out a niche as one of the NFL's most feared defenders over the last five years by straddling the line between clean and dirty play.
Peyton Hillis walked out of the Browns' locker room Friday carrying a playbook under his right arm. On Sunday, he hopes he's carrying a football.
No matter the coast or the opponent, Peyton Hillis can't seem to outrun the drama.
Browns coach Pat Shurmur defended his use of Peyton Hillis, saying the bruising back did not get less playing time on Sunday against Tennessee because of his unresolved contract issue or punishment for missing Cleveland's game last week with strep throat.
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Montario Hardesty left his exhibition debut because of an injured left knee.
"I'm excited, but I would be anyway," Hardesty said. "It will just be good to go out and face another team and show what we, collectively, have done to improve."
"It's a chance for the whole team to go out and show what they can do," said Hardesty, a second-round choice in 2010 who was injured in preseason that year and missed his entire rookie year.