Tag Archives: Willis McGahee

Impact of the Trent Richardson Trade: Winners and Losers

Impact of the Trent Richardson Trade: Winners and Losers

This week the Cleveland Browns shocked the NFL world when it traded away running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a 2014 first-round draft pick. Many believe it was a sign the team has already written off its 2013 season and is looking ahead to next year. A quick look at the trade

Looking at the Denver Broncos Crowded Running Back Depth Chart

In the pass-happy NFL, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning had 4,659 passing yards with 37 touchdowns in 2012. He has a talented group of wide receivers and when he’s not throwing the ball he has plenty of running backs to help on the ground. Some may say too many. As the Broncos started their OTAs

RB Roundup: Rice Vows Fumbles Will Stop, McGahee Returns to Practice

While a talented running back, on Sunday Baltimore Ravens Ray Rice had a rough game against the Indianapolis Colts, fumbling twice. This is a rare occurrence for him–445 straight touches without one–but something the media won’t let go. On Sunday, Rice said after the game via ESPN, “I didn’t fumble all year. So I don’t

McGahee May Return for Title Game, Spiller Gets the Starting Nod

Last Sunday, Denver Broncos (7-3) running back  Willis McGahee tore his right MCL. This came from a tackle by San Diego Chargers (4-6) cornerback Quentin Jammer. Fortunately for the player, he will not need to have surgery. But on Wednesday, the Broncos placed McGahee on recallable injured reserve list. This will enable him to return to