Should Browns Fans Be Concerned About Trent Richardson’s Leg Injury?

June 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Tuesday, it was revealed that Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson's lower leg strain, which initially was thought to only keep him out of this month's minicamp, will now also cause him to miss part of training camp as well. According to Will Burge of ESPN Cleveland, Richardson won't be taking the field for drills until August, with the Browns concerned that the strain could otherwise turn into a stress fracture.
The leg strain is the latest in a string of injuries that Richardson has dealt with since being drafted by the Browns third overall in 2012. First, Richardson underwent a knee procedure last summer that caused him to miss training camp and the preseason. Then, Richardson suffered broken ribs that affected his productivity for the entirety of the year. 
In addition to the leg strain, Burge also notes that Richardson has been suffering from chronic migraines, and the medication, along with his inability to work out, has caused him to lose weight. Co...

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