Coach Eric Mangini said on Monday that Jerome Harrison could be in danger of losing touches due to his lost fumble in Week 2 against Kansas City. “Either you hold onto the ball and get carries or you don’t hold onto the ball and don’t get carries,” said Mangini. He added that any mistake-prone player is subject to losing reps. Peyton Hillis was the more impressive running back between himself and Harrison for the second consecutive game Week 2 against the Chiefs. Hillis, who rushed eight times compared to Harrison’s 16, still managed to lead the Browns in rushing with 35 yards.
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