Former first-round pick Trent Richardson worked out for the Broncos Tuesday. Per Troy Renck of the Denver Post, the Broncos could sign Richardson to a futures contract. Futures contracts count against a team’s 90-man roster limit and are generally signed in January. Richardson, 25, was the No. 3 pick in the 2012 draft by the…
Running back Trent Richardson hasn't been seen in the NFL since being released by the Oakland Raiders in August, but the former first-round pick may be on the verge of getting another chance to prove himself. Troy Renck of the Denver...Show More Summary
At a program where the likes of Mark Ingram, Shaun Alexander, Eddie Lacy, T.J. Yeldon and Trent Richardson have run, Derrick Henry now sits atop the Alabama Crimson Tide record books. The Alabama running back and Heisman Trophy candidate...Show More Summary
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After the 2012 season, it looked like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had struck gold with that year’s 31st overall pick, Doug Martin. Despite many fans hoping the team would land Alabama star running back Trent Richardson with its earlierShow More Summary
The Bills have signed running back Daniel “Boom” Herron to bolster their banged-up running back room. The Bills worked out some running backs, including Trent Richardson, on Tuesday because rookie starter-for-now Karlos Williams is dealing with a concussion. LeSean McCoy is out indefinitely with a hamstring injury. Cierre Wood was promoted from the practice squad…
With LeSean McCoy hindered by a hamstring injury and backup Karlos Williams suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, the Buffalo Bills are in need of some help at running back. And so they worked out huge bust Trent Richardson on Tuesday. Richardson, the No. 3 overall draft pick in 2012, […]
It looked as though running back Trent Richardson's hopes of landing another NFL job were over when the Oakland Raiders released him prior to the season, but with injuries piling up for the Buffalo Bills, he may be in line to get another shot. Continue for updates. Report: Bills to Work Out Richardson on Tuesday Tuesday, Oct. Show More Summary
With LeSean McCoy still dealing with a hamstring problem and Karlos Williams concussed, the Bills suddenly are thin at the tailback position. According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the Bills are sufficiently thin at the position to bring in Trent Richardson for a tryout. But they’re apparently not sufficiently thin (yet) to bring in Ray…
Browns running back Trent Richardson plans on being a Cleveland icon. Though expectations are high, he might be able to deliver....
RG3 wasn't the only pick in 2012 that altered the course of a franchise. Robert Griffin III is on the bench, Trent Richardson is without a team and Justin Blackmon's rights were just acquired by the CFL's Toronto Argonauts, althoughShow More Summary
Have We Learned Anything From Trent Richardson's Disappointing NFL Career? On August 31, The Oakland Raiders Waived Running Back Trent Richardson, Becoming The Third Team To Give Up On The Former No. 3 Overall Pick Of The 2012 Draft. Show More Summary
Don't give up on Trent Richardson just yet... so says ex-NFL superstar Shaun Alexander who says he still believes in the embattled running back -- and wants to personally coach him up!!! TMZ Sports spoke with Alexander -- the 2005 ...
Ryan Clark, the longtime NFL safety and current ESPN analyst, made some waves when he called Trent Richardson the worst running back of all time. He relayed a story of him discussing Richardson with Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin...Show More Summary
When you go on First Take and Skip Bayless has to stop the show and point out that you’re just being hyperbolic, you know you said something pretty damn bold. That’s what happened during Tuesday’s episode of First Take, though. After guest talking head Ryan Clark called the recently released Trent Richardson the “worst running […]
"Trent Richardson is the worst running back of all time." Tell us how you really feel, Ryan Clark. During a segment on ESPN's First Take, the retired NFL safety went off on the former No. 3 pick out of Alabama after Richardson was cut by the Oakland Raiders. Show More Summary
Trent Richardson may have played his last down in NFL
Trent Richardson was cut by the Oakland Raiders on Monday. What caused Richardson's demise in the NFL? Is this the end of the road? Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller break down the former Alabama back's career. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
When the Cleveland Browns drafted Trent Richardson with the third overall pick in the 2012 draft, he was touted as the best running back prospect to come out of college since Adrian Peterson. He had just won two national championships...Show More Summary
Trent Richardson was taken with third pick in the 2012 NFL draft, just behind Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. Richardson played his first (...)