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Alabama running back Trent Richardson will not take part in the on-field drills at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis after undergoing a minor knee surgery, according to an ESPN report.
Richardson, who is likely to be the first player at his position drafted, had his representatives send a memo to all 32 NFL teams notifying them of this procedure. Alabama's pro day is scheduled for March 7, but Richardson will miss that workout, too.
According to the memo, Richardson won't be able to participate in on-field activity until late March.
Richardson, who won the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's best running back, has reportedly made good progress since the procedure, but will skip the drills at Lucas Oil Stadium as a precaution.
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Former Alabama Crimson Tide running back Trent Richardson will not take part in on-field drills at the NFL Combine this upcoming weekend after undergoing minor knee surgery.
Richardson's agent sent a memo to all 32 teams giving them the news of this procedure. Now, someone close to Richardson said it was "No big deal at all". But isnt it?
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Word broke today that Alabama RB Trent Richardson suffered a knee injury during preparation for the BCS Title Game and had arthroscopic surgery that will force him to miss this week’s NFL combine in Indy. He’s expected to do a full workout at Alabama’s Pro Day in March, but the injury could scare some teams [...]
Potential top-five draft selection Trent Richardson will not participate in on-field drills at the NFL combine after undergoing a “minor knee scope” three weeks ago.
NFL.com’s Jason LaCanfora reports that Richardson allegedly sustained an injury in a practice leading up to the BCS National Championship game and underwent the operation to alleviate discomfort. While he has reportedly...
Former Alabama running back Trent Richardson will not take part in on-field drills at the scouting combine later this week after undergoing minor knee surgery.
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Alabama RB Trent Richardson, the consensus top back in this year’s draft class, won’t be putting his talents on display at the NFL Combine this week.
That according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who reported that Richardson’s reps sent a memo to all 32 NFL clubs informing them of Richardson’s minor knee procedure to address discomfort three weeks ago. Richardson, according to...
Every year, an injury surprise pops up in connection with the Scouting Combine. This year, the first surprise comes from Alabama running back Trent Richardson. According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, Richardson suffered a knee injury in practice preceding the BCS national championship game last month. As a result, he had “minor” arthroscopic…
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