It may only be a video game, but Browns running back Peyton Hillis being on the cover of EA Sports'…
Peyton Hillis in line for new deal
Cleveland is where Hillis, a popular fan favorite with his blue-collar, gritty style, wants to be. "Most definitely. I think this team, this city, even the colors, represent who I am," Hillis said. "As an individual, as a person and as a player. So I would love to be here as long the Browns want me here. ..
"Whenever's my time, whenever the Browns feel like they want to take care of me, they will. I'm going to do my best, try to prove myself to them. This is a business and you still have to produce every day, every year."
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