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Trent Richardson Injury: Updates on Ravens RB's Hamstring and Return

Baltimore Ravens running back Trent Richardson has reportedly been sidelined by a hamstring injury during the team's organized team activities, according to's Jamison Hensley. Richardson, who was selected third overall by the...Show More Summary

Trent Richardson missing time with hamstring injury

Running back Trent Richardson signed with the Ravens this offseason in an effort to resuscitate a career that started going off the rails shortly after Richardson was the third overall pick of the 2012 draft. His effort to get things moving in the right direction can’t hit too many snags if it is going to…

Jerry Jones on Ezekiel Elliott: This wasn’t a pure offensive pick

The Cowboys picked Ezekiel Elliott fourth overall on Thursday night, marking the highest draft position for a running back since the Browns took Trent Richardson with the third pick in 2012. By taking Elliott, the Cowboys passed on defensive players like Jalen Ramsey and DeForest Buckner who could have helped a unit that failed to impress…


I thought after the Trent Richardson debacle it would be a loooong time before a running back was selected in the top 5 again. I was wrong, but was pleased to see who made the blunder. We’ve obviously been through this before, but given that 1)the marginal quality of a team’s running game is not […]

Trent Richardson loses 22 pounds for comeback with Ravens (Photos)

It's not out of the question Trent Richardson can still have a productive and meaningful NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens. Richardson has the talent, as a former No. 3 overall pick. People forget that he was competent as a rookie with the Cleveland Browns. Show More Summary

Trent Richardson Has Dropped 22 Pounds and Is 'War Ready' According to Trainer

Trent Richardson's climb back to NFL relevance will be a steep and arduous one with zero guarantees. Literally. According to USA Today's Tom Pelissero, the running back's contract with the Baltimore Ravens will offer little margin for error—most notably, a lack of guaranteed money. Show More Summary

Trent Richardson to Ravens: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Running back Trent Richardson is getting another chance to prove his worth at the NFL level. The Baltimore Ravens announced that they added the former Alabama superstar Monday, with the hopes he will once again tap into the talent that made him such a promising prospect in his younger days. Matt Zenitz of reported on Feb. Show More Summary

Trent Richardson officially signs with Ravens

Word that the Ravens would bring in running back Trent Richardson first appeared in February and coach John Harbaugh later said that the team had an “unofficial” deal in place with the former first-round pick of the Browns. That deal has now become official. The Ravens announced the deal after Richardson worked out for the…

Trent Richardson just wants to compete for a roster spot in Baltimore

After failing to find a job during the 2015 season, Trent Richardson says he’s just looking forward to competing for a job in 2016. Richardson, the former No. 3 overall pick who flamed out with the Browns, Colts and Raiders, told the Baltimore Sun that he’s been in contact with the Ravens and is confident…

Roundup: Dave Chappelle Jokes About Caitlyn Jenner, Trent Richardson Talks About NFL Failures

2 months agoSports : The Big Lead

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Trent Richardson: ‘Family & Friends Asking For Money Took Away My Focus On Football’

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

In 2012, Trent Richardson was a can’t-miss running back coming out of the University of Alabama, and he was selected 3rd overall by the Cleveland Browns. Hard to remember, but he had a solid rookie year rushing for 950 yards with 11 TD’s. It all came crashing down almost immediately. Richardson sat down with Matt Zenitz […]

When T-Rich got rich, friends and family had their hands out

As Trent Richardson attempts to get back into the NFL, he’s reflecting on some of the things that went wrong as a he flamed out with the Browns and the Colts. One problem, he admits, is that he got lazy. Another is that as soon as he started making money, his friends and family treated…

Trent Richardson opens up about tough NFL career, second chance

In a little more than a month a new draft class will enter the NFL, and some of the prospects who look impeccable now will fail. No matter how much draft analysis is done — it's impossible to spend 30 seconds on Twitter this time ofShow More Summary

Trent Richardson says ‘it’s very easy to get lazy in the NFL’

If only Nick Saban followed Trent Richardson to the NFL. Trent Richardson says he just needed a little less freedom in the NFL and more of the structure he had at Alabama, and his professional career wouldn't have had such a terrible...Show More Summary

Trent Richardson: “It’s very easy to get lazy in the NFL”

At Alabama, running back Trent Richardson was such a hard worker that the team’s strength coaches had to tell him to stop bench pressing 465 pounds for fear that he could strain something. In the NFL, Richardson didn’t work as hard. Richardson, a free agent who is expected to sign with the Ravens, admits that…

Harbaugh says Ravens have “unofficial agreement” with Trent Richardson

In February, there was a report that the Ravens were going to sign running back Trent Richardson to their offseason roster but no official announcement of an agreement has followed. That’s because there’s no official deal between player and team. Speaking from the league meetings on Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh explained that the plan…

Trent Richardson looks to revive NFL career after signing with Ravens

The former No. 3 pick is returning to the NFL. After sitting out the entire 2015 season, Trent Richardson is returning to the NFL. The former Alabama running back has agreed to an "unofficial agreement" with the Baltimore Ravens, team head coach John Harbaugh informed the media on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Colts cut former first-rounder Bjoern Werner

Wasting a first-round pick on Trent Richardson is hard to be worse than. But the Colts might have topped themselves with the Bjoern Werner pick, and cut bait on him today. The team announced they waved the outside linebacker, who had 6.5 sacks in 38 games. They didn’t mention his pedigree, as he was their…

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