Two weeks after being traded from the Cleveland Browns to the Tennessee Titans, running back Terrance West will face his former team on Sunday.
West, who the Titans acquired Sept. 6, said he isn't looking for revenge in his return to Cleveland.
"I am going to treat this game the same as all of them,'' West said, per the team's official website. "And I'll let the plays on the field speak for itself."
The second-year running back, who ran for 41 yards on 13 carries in Tennessee's Week 1 win over Tampa Bay, said he has no hard feelings towards the Browns.
"Of course it's going to be special, because I still talk to guys on the team,'' West said. "Cleveland is a great organization and I have nothing but respect for them. It's going to be fun, playing against your friends. It's like when you are playing Pop Warner, you are playing against your brother on a Pop Warner team. But I am just treating this game the same as every game."
"Everything right now is about the Tennessee Titans, any way I can help contribute to a win with them, I'm in."
A third-round pick by the Browns last year, West also said he has no intention of jumping into the "Dawg Pound" if he scores a touchdown on Sunday.
"That is disrespectful, I wouldn't do that,'' said West. "I'm just going to go out there and perform, and whatever is in the game plan, I am just going to run with it. My main focus is to go up there and get a win."
(h/t Tennessee Titans)
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