Found October 25, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Trent Richardson’s transition to the NFL hasn’t gone as well as expected. Many believed the former Alabama running back would excel in the NFL, but now Richardson isn’t even playing like himself. Blame it on a painful rib cartilage injury, Richardson was embarrassed watching tape of himself. ”It really didn’t look like me,” he said. – Yahoo Sports Richardson was benched half way through a 17-13 loss when it was realized he would not be effective. Trent has no regrets about playing, and he intends to be ready for this Sunday’s game. The third overall pick in this year’s NFL draft said that he has yet to play at full speed this season because of injuries.… Read more
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