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Jerome Harrison (born February 26, 1983) is an American football running back for the National Football League's Cleveland Browns. Harrison played high school football at Kalamazoo Central High School and college football at Washington State Universitymarker, where he transferred after two years at Pasadena City Collegemarker.

College career

Harrison played college football at Washington State Universitymarker, where he transferred after two years at Pasadena City Collegemarker. Although he played most of his junior year behind starter Chris Bruhn, he finished the last five games of the year with over 900 yards. His senior year saw greater playing time and great success. He broke the record for most consecutive games with 100 or more yards by a Pac-10 runner, with 16, and set the Cougar single-season rushing record with 1900 yards, which also led the NCAA Division I. He was a consensus All-America choice in 2005. He was a major in Humanities/Communications.

Professional career

Cleveland Browns

Jerome was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the fifth round (145th overall) in the 2006 NFL Draft. In his first season he made ten appearances including one start. He made his NFL debut versus the New Orleans Saints on September 10.

During his second season with the Browns, Jerome appeared in eight games.

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