The Cleveland Browns have traded Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts, signaling yet another monumental change in the future of the franchise. Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick from The University of Alabama in the 2012 NFL Draft, played in just 18 games for the Browns. He had an impressive rookie campaign and was expected to turn in an even bigger season in 2013 with Cleveland. Throughout the preseason, the Browns’ new offense was highly touted. Yet, in one day, traded Richardson, hinted that Brandon Weeden’s starting quarterback job could be in jeopardy while announcing that third stringer Brian Hoyer would start the team’s Week 3 game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Just another Wednesday for the Dawg Pound, right?