VIDEO: Trent Richardson Interviews New Browns Teammate Brandon Weeden

It took some prodding and some shoving and some giggling, but eventually, Trent Richardson figured out how to interview his new teammate Brandon Weeden at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere Event at the Rose Bowl. They talked about their new uniforms, numbers, their new team and Cleveland's cold:

Richardson isn't exactly the most comfortable with the microphone, but Cleveland's pair of first rounders seem to get along already, as evidenced by the general giddiness of the interview and stuff like Richardson teasing Weeden about his minor league baseball career.


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However, their relationship has clearly hit a major snag: Both players wore "3" in college, and since running backs can't wear that number, Richardson has to settle for "33" while Weeden lives it up in the uni number he's always worn. Although they laugh it off in this video, their relationship is most likely permanently damaged by the uniform number dilemma and will doom the Browns for the foreseeable future.

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