SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson recently had the opportunity to sit down with Browns' rookie running back Trent Richardson for an interview, and the No. 3 overall pick was impressive telling his backstory and how he got to the NFL. But he also discussed the future and what's in store for the AFC North and the city of Cleveland. When asked about his knowledge of the city, Richardson responded that he knows "they're hungry and that they're waiting to win. The last thing they really had that was for real was LeBron James." Richardson stated the Cleveland fanbase is the closest thing you can get to a college atmosphere, an impression first made on him by former Browns assistant and current Alabama head coach Nick Saban. He's ready to take on all responsibilities and become the face of the city.
Full interview after the jump:
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