BEREA, Ohio - Browns second year running back Trent Richardson met with the media following day two of mandatory minicamp on Wednesday to answer questions that surfaced regarding his health.
Richardson is being held out of minicamp from participating in team drills but if it was the regular season, he would be able to practice and play in games.
"There is nothing that big to worry about," Richardson said. "As I said before and said two weeks ago, I might miss the three day camp and he (head coach Rob Chudzinski) held me out. There's only certain stuff that we can control and I agree with what coach is doing. It's going to be better for me, better for the team, better for everybody."
Richardson also addressed reports on how he suffered his right shin injury by denying reports that he was stepped on during organized team activities two weeks ago.
"No it didn't get stepped on," Richardson said. "I don't even really recall what really happened. I'm ok, I don't have any pain in it right now. I can walk, I can ride the bike all day and I have no pain in it."
Richardson even gave his own timeframe for his return to practice.
"I'll be back late July or early August whenever we start real camp."
Browns mandatory minicamp wraps up tomorrow in Berea.