Despite Montario Hardesty’s Injury, Cleveland Browns Have Depth at RB

September 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns rookie second-round pick Montario Hardesty played hard in the first two quarters of the Browns' 13-10 victory over the Chicago Bears, but his left knee wound up getting injured in the process.
After missing much of his college career with knee injuries at Tennessee, Hardesty was a fifth-year senior in 2009 when he finally was healthy enough to play all season long.
His injury history has been a concern for most Browns fans, and now they are even more concerned.
Hardesty must have made a heck of an impression on the Browns prior to the 2010 NFL Draft and enough for the Browns to spend three drafts picks on Hardesty in order to trade back into the second round to select him, too.
After bruising the bone in his right knee right before the opening day of Browns training camp began on July 31, Hardesty missed all of camp and three of the four preseason games, too.
But his debut was highly anticipated in game four against the Bears, mainly due to all...

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