With the aging and concussed Jamal Lewis looking to retire, the Cleveland Browns are now feature back-less. That's unless you consider James Davis, Jerome Harrison, or Chris Jennings a viable option as a feature back—in which case someone is in for a rude awakening. Davis, the Clemson running back who was drafted in the sixth round of the last draft, has shown little promise. After seemingly showing potential in training camp and the preseason, where has it all gone? Oh yeah, to injured reserve. He was injured after suffering a torn labrum during a practice. In the two games he has played in, he managed a total of nine attempts for 18 yards. That stat makes him seem a little unpromising. Maybe the four receptions for five yards can help his case. Harrison was a fifth-round pick in th ...
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