Browns Could Rest Trent Richardson Thru Week 10 and More AFC North News

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Browns Could Rest Trent Richardson Thru Week 10 and More AFC North News

On Tuesday, ESPN NFL analyst Ed Werder suggested that the Cleveland Browns may choose to sit running back Trent Richardson until after their Week 10 bye. Werder believes that Richardson's rib cartilage injury is serious and was re-aggravated in last week's loss to the Indianapolis Colts and that if he isn't rested now, he may be affected by it for the remainder of the season.

Werder also said, "There's internal conflict about shutting him down, though, because Pat Shurmur the coach has to win some games here. They've only got one victory and Jimmy Haslam the new owner says he wants a stronger finish if he's going to bring back the coaching staff."

Clearly, there are some issues the Browns need to resolve in the coming days. The question is whether shutting down Richardson would really hinder their ability to win considering that he'd be playing in significant pain.

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Baltimore Ravens

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Pittsburgh Steelers

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