After the Cleveland Browns traded Trent Richardson following Game 2 of the season, they added Willis McGahee to take his place. The results of that pickup have been less than overwhelming, as McGahee has rushed for 262 yards on 100 carries with 1 TD. With the aging McGahee being the only thing standing between the Browns being without a featured back, it would make sense that the team would be keeping an eye on the free agent pool for potential help. Especially as the Browns suddenly find themselves in contention once more.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Browns are doing just that:
Browns worked out running backs Kahlil Bell, Armond Smith and Armando Allen`
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) November 12, 2013
None of the 3 RBs were signed, but obviously the Browns are continuing to keep their options open at RB.
The Browns travel to Cincinnati this Sunday to face the Bengals with a chance to draw even in the loss column.
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