Jerome Harrison Traded to Eagles: What This Means for LeSean McCoy

October 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Earlier today the Philadelphia Eagles made the move to trade backup running back Mike Bell to the Cleveland Browns in return for Jerome Harrison.
This move makes sense for the Eagles, mainly because Bell was not living up to expectations. 
Originally Bell was brought into Philadelphia to be the power back behind LeSean McCoy, who is now starting for the Eagles. Over the season it turned out that Bell was not doing as well as the Eagles had hoped, only posting 28 yards on 16 attempts. 
So in a move to bring some spark behind McCoy, the Eagles traded for former Browns starting RB Jerome Harrison.
Harrison had a big breakout last year, posting up very impressive numbers. He finished out 2009 with 862 yards and five touchdowns. Harrison averaged 4.4 yards a carry throughout the 2008 year. Harrison was originally benched due to a hip injury, and Browns backup Peyton Hillis stole the starting role. 
This trade could mean a few different things. Althoug...

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