Richardson: Weeden had trouble reading defenses

Comment made during off-camera chat with NFL Network reporter. Terry McCormick

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Running back Trent Richardson told NFL Network's Steve Wyche during an off-camera chat between segments on "NFL AM" from the Scouting Combine that Browns QB Brandon Weeden had trouble reading defenses on occasion during his rookie season.

Wyche then relayed those comments about Weeden on the air to his co-host, Mark Kriegel.

He also told me a little bit more about Brandon Weeden,'' Wyche said via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "He said as a rookie, [Weeden] really had trouble reading defenses from time to time and they had to skew their offense a little bit, sometimes somewhat predictable. [He] thinks things are going to open up a little bit, but he really does like Brandon Weeden.''

It will be interesting to see if Weeden "really does like" Richardson after those comments.

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