Cleveland Browns 2010 Training Camp: Running Game Ahead Of Schedule

August 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns dominated their opponents in the final four games of the 2009 season by running the ball over them.
Now some say that the Browns' competition was nothing to shout about, but when one of those teams was the Pittsburgh Steelers and their No. 3 ranked rush defense, who the Browns ran all over for 171 yards, then that alone should show the league and those critics that they do have a strong offensive line and running game to boot.
Having beefed up (literally) their running attack this offseason with additions of 240-pound Peyton Hillis and 225-pound rookie Montario Hardesty, the Browns look to have a run heavy offensive game plan in 2010.
Unfortunately, Hardesty has twisted his knee and will be out for "a few weeks" according to head coach Eric Mangini, which gives other running back like Hillis a chance to get more reps.
Hillis has been running with the second-team offense and he has been stellar catching passes both out of the backfield and lined ...

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