Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson was back at practice on Tuesday after undergoing a knee scope just a few weeks ago.
“Richardson returned to the practice field today less than a month after a scope on his left knee and got some work with the first-team offense in preparation for Sunday’s opener against the Eagles,” wrote Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“If he’s ready to go, he will be our starter,” said Pat Shurmur. “Trent looked good. He was in team. I knew he’d be out here today and he did a good job. It was his first day back in practice so we did what we could do. Trent looked healthy running around.”
Richardson’s status for week one is up in the air, but I would expect him to at least get his feet wet in his first NFL regular season game.