Cleveland Browns: Jerome Harrison Questions Role on Offense

September 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns are 0-3 in this 2010 NFL regular season. Once again they are hanging out in the basement of the AFC North.
After three games fans and sports writers are calling out the Browns' coaching staff, the wide receivers, the pass rush, and most recently, cornerback Eric Wright.
The backlash of being 0-3 is nasty.
But this is Cleveland Browns football and it has been this way for many years now.
The only thing fans know right now is that Josh Cribbs and Peyton Hillis need to have the ball in their hands as much as possible.
What about 2009 stand out Jerome Harrison?
This year he has fumbled the ball too many times, not ran the ball productively, and hurt his thigh which caused him to miss the third game against the Baltimore Ravens.
In a Cleveland.com interview Harrison was asked about his role now that Hillis is the featured back on the offense.
"I never knew what my role was, so I can't answer that question," said Harrison.

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