NFL Draft 2012 Exclusive Interview with Trent Richardson
2012 ESPYS Exclusive Interview With Trent Richardson
Trent Richardson is one of the best RB talents to enter the NFL in years. He could match the production of Adrian Peterson, Steven Jackson, and the like. But he may not even be a top-five draft pick.
A year ago, there was only one first-round RB drafted: Mark Ingram. This year, Ingram's college teammate Trent Richardson could again be the only first-rounder, but likely much higher than Ingram.
In Nolan Nawrocki's final Mock Draft, he explains why the Vikings will take Morris Claiborne, and with Justin Blackmon heading to Cleveland, the Buccaneers will get their RB in Trent Richardson.
Nick Saban Of the Alabama gets hit in the face with the Gatorade cooler after Alabama Crimson Tide wins BCS Championship, 37-21 CLICK HERE TO SEE this big run as Alabama running back Trent Richardson runs through the Texas defense
PFW's Players to Watch features players from Saturday's showdown between the nation's #1 and #2 teams, including LSU's Morris Claiborne and Alabama's Trent Richardson, two sure-fire first-rounders.
The RB position gets a bit less attention each year in the NFL Draft. But Virginia Tech's David Wilson is out to prove that Trent Richardson won't be this year's only first-rounder.
The first round of the NFL Draft was full of trades that started when the Browns moved up to land Trent Richardson. It seemed like everyone got their guy, but each team paid a different price.
Trent Richardson was a can't-miss pick, and the Browns didn't miss. But years from now, their whole draft will be judged on the success of Brandon Weeden.
It's all about the youth in Cleveland heading into the 2012 season. Trent Richardson is the franchise RB, young defenders look to step up, and Brandon Weeden will likely replace Colt McCoy's at QB.
Neither player earned the #1 overall draft pick, but between Trent Richardson and Robert Griffin III, it's quite likely one of them will be a rookie of the year. Which player has the better shot?
Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson are in the drivers seat of a new-look offense in Cleveland. But injuries and suspensions will hamper a talented defense. Do they have a chance to compete in '12?