Trent Richardson has always run hard, and that determination on the ground helped make him a star and contributor to two national championship teams at Alabama. As he told SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson at the 2012 NFLPA Rookie Weekend, he's not going to change that up in the NFL.
"People tell me that I run angry," Richardson says. "Yeah, I do run angry." And, pressed by Nelson, Richardson confirms that he's not about to start running chagrined or indifferent or something: "I'm not gonna change up nothin'. If I change up anything, that wouldn't be me."
Richardson also touches on the pressure of following LeBron James as a possible Cleveland superstar, what he's going to fill his off-season with -- training hard, finding the best school for his daughters, and finding the best doctors to treat his mother's cancer -- and the joys of taking a young woman in Alabama to prom.
Clearly, while Richardson may run angry, he's ready to make a lot of happiness happen, too.