Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden take in Cavs game at the Q

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE

The Browns' Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden were courtside for the Cavaliers' 94-84 win over the Wizards.

Browns running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden took in the Cavaliers' season opening win on Tuesday night, and received a huge ovation from the crowd. Kick returner Josh Cribbs and cornerback Joe Haden regularly attend Cavaliers games, and they brought the team's new high profile duo with them. Frostee Rucker, Craig Robertson, Johnson Bademosi, Greg Little, and Jordan Norwood were also in attendance.

The two had seats right behind the Cavaliers' bench, and watched the second half of the game next to owner Dan Gilbert in courtside seats.

The Browns beat the San Diego Chargers, 7-6, last Sunday, and Richardson had his best day as a professional, rushing for 122 yards and a touchdown. Weeden did not have such a great day, and was only 11-27 for 129 yards. The Browns will attempt to win their third straight home game this Sunday when they host the former Browns, the Baltimore Ravens.

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