Browns Frostee Rucker Ready For 1st Return Trip To Cincinnati

Browns defensive end Frostee Rucker said he has no bad feeling toward the Cincinnati Bengals, for whom Rucker played the past six seasons.

That doesn't mean there isn't extra motivation this weekend, when the two Ohio teams meet.

From Akron Beacon Journal:

"The guys in Cincinnati know how I play," said Rucker, who will serve as a game captain. "Obviously there's nothing dirty about the way I play football. It's just really high spirited, high energy and really physical. They've got a good group over there, and we've got a great group over here. We're gonna get after it."

Rucker signed a five-year, $21-million deal with the Browns in March to cross the state. He's been a big hit in the locker room with his music selection. Rucker had three tackles in the Week 1 loss to the Eagles.

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