The Colts did enough in the first half to keep the Browns at arm’s length. After quarterback Jacoby Brissett got them out to a huge lead, the Colts held on for a 31-28 win over the Browns. The Colts (1-2) raced to a 28-7 edge in the second quarter, and then was able to take their foot off the gas, since the Browns (0-3) had bad hands.
Leon Lett, you are officially off the hook! Cooper had a clear path to the end zone after scooping up a blocked field goal against Pittsburgh, but started celebrating around 10 yards too early and had the ball swatted out of his hand. The Bears ended up getting a field goal once the officials sorted out what had happened, but Cooper cost his team in a close game – and now goes down in infamy.
Former NFL and Alabama running back Trent Richardson has signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League, the team announced. Richardson played for the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts during his three seasons in the NFL from 2012 to 2014. He was selected 3rd overall in the 2012 NFL draft by the Browns. For his career, Richardson rushed for 2,032 yards with 17 rushing touchdowns. He also had 912 yards receiving with two touchdowns. Richardson was a star Alabama and finished third in voting for the 2011 Heisman Trophy that was won by Baylor's Robert Griffin III. At Alabama, Richardson ran for 3,130 yards in three seasons with 35 touchdowns. He also had 730 receiving