Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis Makes Depth Chart Harder To Predict

August 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis is the definition of a "beast" on the football field.
"An inhumanly cruel, violent, or depraved person," is one of the definitions according to the dictionary.
The third year player from Arkansas who was completely overshadowed by fellow teammate Darren McFadden and Felix Jones was acquired by the Browns in the trade that sent former first round pick Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos this past offseason.
Acquiring the halfback/fullback hybrid was a bit of a surprise move by many Browns fans since they already had 2009 break out running back Jerome Harrison set to lead the Browns rushing attack in 2010.
What many Browns fans didn't really know is how versatile of a player Hillis truly is and that is what head coach Eric Mangini loves most in any football player.
Hillis is 6'1" and 240 pounds, but he plays on the field like he is 6'10" and 350 pounds bowling over would-be tacklers who are much bigger than he is.

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