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St. Louis Rams running back Daryl Richardson looks to be the heir apparent to the departed Steven Jackson, but the starting job is not quite his yet.
As Jackson's understudy last year, he looks to have the upper hand in the training camp battle for the starting spot with Isaiah Pead, rookie Zac Stacy and journeyman Terrance Ganaway, reports Clark Judge of CBSSports.com.
Richardson ran for 475 yards and averaged 4.8 yards per carry in 2012, and demostrated some big play capability, which should separate him from the pack going forward.
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Clark Judge of CBS Sports hears that Daryl Richardson is the favorite to win the Rams' starting running back job.Fantasy Spin:Richardson racked up 475 yards as a change of pace behind Steven Jackson last season. Isaiah Pead and Zac Stacy are the team's other running back options with rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin also likely to get a few carries a game out of the backfield.
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