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Richardson getting unfairly ripped for missing supposed hole

When picking the topics of Monday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, we included a quick item on the perceived failure of Raiders running back Trent Richardson to hit a wide-open hole for what could have been an easy touchdown against the Rams in the preseason opener. Rodney Harrison and I were ready to…

Should Trent Richardson have gotten clowned for missing what appeared to be a huge hole?

It’s safe to say that Trent Richardson has lost any benefit of the doubt. The running back, on his third team in four years, has averaged a woeful 3.3 yards per carry, this after being the third overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft. Now attempting to latch on with the Raiders, Richardson appeared to up to […]

Trent Richardson Misses Huge Hole, Runs Into Tacklers (Video)

Just Trent Richardson being Trent Richardson, running into the crowd of defensive players to his right for the one-yard gain instead of choosing to take the wide open path to the end zone on his left. Watch: This is THE most frustrating thing about Trent Richardson. He cuts it up field that’s 6 #RaiderNation — Blackhanside […]

Raiders RB Trent Richardson Ignores Huge Hole, Runs Right into Traffic

Trent Richardson was once the third overall pick in the NFL draft (2012), but it's plays like this one that show why he has yet to live up to expectations. During Friday night's preseason game against the St. Louis Rams, the Oakland Raiders offensive line created a huge hole in the middle of the field for Richardson to run through near the goal line. Show More Summary

Reggie McKenzie: Nothing can hold Latavius Murray back but health

Trent Richardson’s stint in Oakland isn’t going much better than his stops in Cleveland or Indianapolis, but the Raiders won’t need him if all goes according to plan this season. Latavius Murray is set to be the team’s top running back after running for 413 yards in his final six games of last season. Murray…

Trent Richardson activated by Raiders after bout with pneumonia

After opening camp on the non-football illness list, Raiders running back Trent Richardson is ready to go. The Raiders activated Richardson today, and he told reporters he had been suffering from pneumonia. Richardson said he was frustrated to have to miss time, because he knows he’s going to have to battle just to make the…

Trent Richardson lands on non-football injury list

Trent Richardson’s fresh start with the Raiders has hit a snag. The running back has been placed on the non-football injury list to open camp. The Raiders didn’t disclose an injury, but it’s possible that Richardson failed to pass the team’s conditioning test or has some issue that kept him from taking it. Offensive line…

Making the Case for Michael Dyer as Oakland Raiders' No. 2 Running Back

Trent Richardson and Michael Dyer renew a rivalry in a competition for the No. 2 running back with the Oakland Raiders. If you’re a fan of college football, you remember Auburn’s miraculous season that led to a BCS National Championship in 2010. Show More Summary

Mike Tice: Trent Richardson’s “quickness came around”

There’s no clearer sign that running back Trent Richardson’s career has not gone as planned than the fact that he’s starting his fourth NFL season on his third team after being the third overall pick by the Browns in the 2012 draft. If there’s an optimistic spin to put on Richardson signing with the Raiders after…

Clive Walford Could Be Key Player in Raiders' Offensive Revival

The Oakland Raiders made a point to give quarterback Derek Carr weapons this offseason. General manager Reggie McKenzie added wide receiver Michael Crabtree, running back Roy Helu Jr. and running back Trent Richardson in free agency and then used the No. Show More Summary

How Does Rookie RB Josh Robinson Impact the 2015 Indianapolis Colts Offense?

The stain on the Indianapolis Colts running game left by former third overall pick Trent Richardson has not quite left the franchise. The Colts had plenty of success on offense last season, but the run game continued to be the team's weak spot as Indianapolis struggled to find balance. Show More Summary

T.J. Yeldon: Round-by-Round Updates and Twitter Reaction for 2015 NFL Draft

T.J. Yeldon is the latest star to emerge from Alabama's running back factory, which has produced early-round selections like Glen Coffee, Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy in recent seasons. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller ranks Yeldon as the fifth-best running back in this class. Continue for updates on Yeldon 's draft status. T.J. Show More Summary

Rams Draft Todd Gurley: Here’s What Zac Stacy Thinks (Tweet)

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For the first time since the Cleveland Browns took Trent Richardson with the third overall pick in 2012, a running back was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. The tailback drought ended when the St. Louis Rams used their 10th overall pick to select Georgia running back Todd Gurley. The pick gives […]

Najee Harris to Alabama: Crimson Tide Land 5-Star RB Prospect

The Alabama Crimson Tide have seemingly had an assembly line of talented running backs in Tuscaloosa, between Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson, T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry. In 2017, you'll be able to add Najee Harris to the list. The 5-star running back committed to the Tide on Saturday, per Andrew Bone of Show More Summary

NFL draft positional rankings: Multiple running backs could go Round 1

The days of the first-round running back are … here again? After two straight NFL drafts with no running back selected until the second round, the 2015 edition could turn back the clock. No, Trent Richardson didn’t ruin it for everyone — there could be a back selected in the first 32 picks. Show More Summary

Richardson can still pursue his full salary from the Colts

Despite getting a contract from the Raiders that includes $600,000 guaranteed, running back Trent Richardson can continue to pursue $3.184 million from the Colts. Richardson’s rookie contract contained fully guaranteed salaries with no offset language.  It means that Richardson can get paid the full amount of the money he was due to make in 2015…

Raiders gave Trent Richardson $600,000 guaranteed

Trent Richardson did OK for himself on his contract with the Raiders. Richardson signed a two-year, $3.45 million contract with $600,000 guaranteed and a maximum value of up to $3.85 million, according to Adam Caplan of ESPN. On the one hand, that’s a paltry contract for a guy who just three years ago was viewed…

How the Oakland Raiders Can Get the Most out of Trent Richardson

Now that the Oakland Raiders have signed running back Trent Richardson—one of the biggest draft busts this side of JaMarcus Russell—it’ll be up to the coaching staff to try to get something out of him. Where the Cleveland Browns andShow More Summary

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