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Topic - Trent Richardson
Somewhere, there's an edge, and it must be found and exploited.
The fantasy football playoffs are getting close _ time to keep an extra eye out for maneuvers that seem wacky and unexpected opportunities.
Ahmad Bradshaw's season is over and his brief stop in Indy might be, too.
Trent Richardson's new NFL home has all the features he's wanted.
Not long ago, Trent Richardson was viewed as a cornerstone for Cleveland's future.
The Browns, struggling on offense under new coach Rob Chudzinski, announced the move Wednesday afternoon. They will also bring in veteran running back Willis McGahee for a physical.
Just like Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome knows what he's looking for in putting together a team and doesn't stray from that, you should do the same if you want to be competitive each year as a fantasy owner.
The Browns are playing it safe with Trent Richardson.
In the course of roughly 200 mock drafts over the past month (yeah, I know), a clear pattern has emerged. The top nine players in ESPN's overall rankings are running backs. The top 13 RBs have gone in the top 20 picks of roughly 195 of those 200 mock drafts. And unless you're in a league that really favors QBs, that's what you can expect in your real-life drafts.
Alabama's dominance once again carried over to the NFL draft.
Offensive linemen are usually the unsung heroes, the guys who only get talked about when they screw up.
Trent Richardson would be surprised if Nick Saban followed him from Alabama to the Cleveland Browns.
They didn't look like themselves at all. Not with the turnovers, penalties and blown chances.
Tony Romo persevered through a career-high seven sacks, even avoiding costly mistakes that have dogged his career as he ran from constant pressure.
Good as Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have been, look beyond the first-year quarterbacks making a strong first impression and check out the other NFL rookies delivering dynamic performances.
After trading his No. 33 jersey in for a white No. 34 practice jersey, he said the shock of being traded was starting to wear off and he promised to spend these next few nights pulling all-nighters with Indy's playbook and getting comfortable.
"It's another chapter in my life and with that I'm going to have a chip on my shoulder," Richardson said. "I am going to play football like I know how to play football. However it goes with the Browns, good luck to the Browns the rest of the season, but other than that, I've got to be here playing football."