Cleveland running back Trent Richardson scored a one-yard touchdown and gave the Browns a 27-7 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs with 14:17 remaining in the fourth quarter of play from Cleveland Browns Stadium.
In scoring the touchdown, Richardson tied Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown for the most rushing scores by a Browns rookie. He also equaled Brown and Eric Metcalf for the most total scores by a Browns rookie (10) in team history.
Richardson’s run completed a 12-play, 82-yard drive that took 6:25 off the game clock.
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