The Trent Richardson trade is only looking better and better for the Cleveland Browns.
CLEVELAND - While he has only played in two professional games, Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson has already earned his first award for his play.
Richardson was named the Pepsi Max NFL Rookie of the Week for week two of the season. Richardson rushed for 109 yards, his first career 100-yard rushing game. He also recorded his first NFL touchdown run and NFL touchdown catch in the Browns 34-27 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Richardson beat out Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and St. Louis Rams punter Johnny Hekker to take home the award.
The last Brown to win this award was Charlie Frye back in 2005 when it was called the Diet Pepsi NFL rookie of the week award.
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Fans are fired up after learning that running back Trent Richardson was traded to Indianapolis.
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The biggest question of Browns training camp was answered on Tuesday by head coach Rob Chudzinski: Will Trent Richardson play on Thursday night? The answer is yes.
Trent Richardson's second NFL season has already started better than his first.
Browns running back Trent Richardson will not participate in the teams mandatory three day minicamp.