Browns RB Jerome Harrison Is Preparing Himself for Bigger Role in 2010

May 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Harrison is currently one of the Browns' unsigned restricted free agents, and one of the hottest names in fantasy football circles.  He is also preparing his body for the 2010 season.
Harrison may not be signed to a contract right now and he will most likely miss the Browns' OTAs when they start on May 17, but he has been diligently working out to get his body into tip-top shape for a bigger featured role in 2010.
In the final three games of the 2009 season, Harrison broke onto the scene to the tune of rushing for over 500 yards and broke Jim Brown's single game rushing record in franchise history.
A pretty big feat for a running back who hardly had any playing time in the first three-fourths of the 2009 season, with the exception of starting in place of Jamal Lewis against the Bengals early on, of which he ran well.
Many stories came from his 2009 struggles to see more playing time, one of the most interesting was that he d...

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