Aug 15, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Heads Up Football logo on the helmet of Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Billy Winn (90) in the third quarter of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Maurice Clarett Would Like A Chance To Play For Browns


With the Cleveland Browns trading off Trent Richardson over to the Indianapolis Colts, the Browns have this dilemma to deal with. They have nobody on their roster to run the football. Brandon Weeden is the team’s leading rusher at this moment and he isn’t even going to play this weekend. The only other runningback on the roster, Bobby Rainey, has ZERO career carries. Sounds like an awesome backup plan that they had.

The Browns are going to dig through free agency to find someone to fill that gap. Willis McGahee has been the name that we all have been hearing, but there is a former Ohio State running back that says that he would like a try out:

Welp, if the Browns are really trying to tank this season, then what would it hurt to bring in a town favorite to play running back? He hasn’t played a game in the league after being drafted in the third round in 2005, but that just means he has plenty of legs. Might as well sign the kid.

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