Jerome Harrison Set To Take the Reigns as Cleveland Browns’ Feature Back

September 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the aftermath of Monterio Hardesty’s injury and the roster cut that send Chris Jennings packing, the Cleveland Browns are now in position to move forward with their feature back, Jerome Harrison.

Harrison will enter the 2010 campaign as a running back that is relatively unproven and has very low miles on his legs. In just his fifth season, Jerome has made Cleveland fans into believers after almost solely carrying the Browns to four consecutive wins at the end of the 2009 season.

But should Browns fans be so quick to believe that Harrison is the running back of the future?

So far in the 2010 preseason Harrison has 23 carries for a total of 72 yards and one trip to the endzone. Even though those numbers are spread out over the course of three preseason games, they show solid production from the running back position that the Browns have been lacking in the last few seasons.

Even though it is worthy to note that preseason stats mean nothing in the lo...

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