Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis Determined Not to Be One-Year Wonder


How do you usually work out? Do a few bicep curls, maybe hit the bench? Well, if you want to get ripped like Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis, go find yourself a half-ton truck to lug around.

That’s just one of the many things that Hillis is doing this off-season to improve upon his breakout 2010 campaign. From MMA and yoga to pulling cars around the streets of Conway, Arkansas, he is determined to make sure that he won’t be a one-year wonder and to help take the Browns to the next level.

Hillis is undergoing a unique workout and practice routine to get ready, which includes some interesting help from various family and friends. Browns fans will be glad to see that the running back isn’t complacent after last year’s success, and could be even stronger in 2011, should Montario Hardesty return from his ACL tear.

What kind of season do you envision Peyton Hillis having stat-wise?

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  • elee

    though its highly possible of hillis having somewhat of a let down after last season, i dont see it happening. the competition w/hardesty being back should keep it interesting to say the least. and if you think a guy that has the determination to lug a truck around with him is going to let down, you gotta be nuts! interesting guy to say the least. i saw him on j leno and thought he carried himself with humility and class. a bright spot on the browns team that im hoping will shine for many more years!

  • elee

    i would expect hillis to have about the same yardage per carry as last year, but not quite as many carries of course, if hardesty can stay healthy. i just dont see quit in this guys thinking. this people is a true player, a pure athlete. but he does need hardesty to stay healthy, so the burden is not solely on him to produce. the wear and tear that these guys go thru in a season is unbelievable, if hardesty can take off some of the burden of producing, this could really turn into a pretty darn good backfield rotation! just hope we get to see ‘em play this year! GO BROWNS!!!

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