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August 7, 2012 - Mike McLain
BEREA -- It's a sight Browns' fans don't want to see -- running back Trent Richardson on a stationary bike during practice.
Coach Pat Shurmur has yet to comment on why Richardson isn't on the field today. Injured players that aren't seriously hurt ride the bike during every practice.
Richardson had a knee scope after Alabama's national championship win over LSU and wasn't able to participate in physical drills at the NFL combine in late February. In the 2010 season he missed two games and was limited to 112 carries because of a knee injury.
Richardson hadn't missed a practice since training camp opened. Last Saturday he participated in individual drills but was held out of team drills because of a headache.
Richardson was the third overall pick in the draft. He's being counted on to be the focal point on offense, even with rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden now entrenched as a starter.
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