I found the article on Colts.com and nobody has reposted on here, so here you go.
Jurrell Casey looked like the next great young DT in the NFL last weekend. And he made our O-line look like swiss cheese. He offered up his 2 cents on the Colts' running back situation, and I don't mind it at all.
For anyone who doesn't want to read the article, Casey basically says that Trent is struggling for fear of getting hurt. He's afraid of people going for his legs, doing too much tiptoeing in the backfield. Brown however, is playing with reckless abandon and is not making a move until he's through the hole.
Casey's comments seem to make a lot of sense. I think it's very interesting to get an opponents take on our RB situation. Especially because he doesn't have a dog in the fight and he has played against them 2 of the past 3 weeks. Richardson is averaging only 2.8 yards per carry since the trade, which let's face it- is disappointing. But I don't think it's time to completely give up on Trent. Let's hope he takes a page out of Brown's book, and plays with more intensity and less fear. Maybe he hasn't found the sense of selflessness and family that other players have. Hopefully he does.