Jerome Harrison, who returned to practice Wednesday limited with a thigh injury, said he was happy for Peyton Hillis' breakout game last week, but has no idea how it will affect his playing time if he's ready to go Sunday against the Bengals.
Asked if it might be hard for him to get carries after Hillis rushed for 144 yards in Baltimore, Harrison cracked, "What carries? It was a good game by him and it doesn't affect me at all."
Does he see his role changing with Hillis having the hot hand?
"I never knew what my role was, so I can't answer that question," he said. "I support [Hillis]. I'm happy for him He works hard, ran hard and looked good doing it."
But does he expect fewer reps even when fully healthy?
"I don't anticipate anything and I don't expect anything," he said. "We'll just see what happens."
Peyton Hillis looks like he's earned role of RB1 on Cleveland. So, if Harrison is active this week it's probably not a good idea to put him in your lineup, even in a flex spot, until we see how he's used.