Shortly after the start of training camp last year, Trent Richardson underwent knee surgery and missed all four of the Browns’ preseason games. This time around, the second-year running back was able to build that timing and find that rhythm through training camp and the preseason games.
“It’s so much better,” Richardson said. “Last year, I just went right into the fire. Now, it’s time to get better and better each day. The offensive line is making better communication. (Quarterback) Brandon (Weeden) does what he does in communicating with the offensive line. Everything is on point. Our coaches are communicating with the offense, getting the plays in and out. With the timing, it’s a big, important thing. I think it’s gotten so much better over the past few weeks."
There are a lot of positive vibes surrounding T-Rich this season. He's our #10 RB in standard formats. Our only concern is his inability to stay healthy so far in his career.