At first it was receiver/returner Josh Cribbs who needed to get paid, now running back Jerome Harrison has once again proved all the naysayers wrong and it is time to, as Deion Sanders would say, "Pay the man!" On Sunday, in the Browns' 2009 season finale, he once again proved that he belongs in an orange helmet as the starting running back for the 2010 NFL season. Even though he started off really slow on a day where snow was constantly falling, the winds were whipping up to 30mph, and the temperature on the field was -3 degrees with the wind chill, Harrison got heated up for the third straight week and ran for over 120 yards with one touchdown. This is the third game in a row that Harrison has gone for over 100 yards rushing, he ran for 286 yards against the Chiefs and 148 yards versus t ...
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