Lions release Tony Scheffler, add Barry Richardson

The Detroit Lions have decided to part ways with tight end Tony Scheffler after four seasons. Scheffler, 30, accumulated over 1,300 yards while with the team. His best year came in 2011 when he caught six touchdown passes from quarterback Matthew Stafford. In all, he had eight touchdowns and 120 reception. His sure hands provided a constant outlet for Stafford and he had a knack...
Via NFL Injury Report
October 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Thoughts on the Titans adding RT Barry Richardson

During my little hiatus, the Titans made one roster move of note I have not yet commented on, signing veteran right tackle Barry Richardson last week. Richardson played and started all 16 games for the Rams at right tackle. He joined the Rams after beginning his career with the Chiefs, who selected him out of Clemson in the sixth round in 2008. He played right tackle for the Chiefs...
Via Total Titans
June 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Titans Sign Veteran OT Barry Richardson

Jim Wyatt reports that the Titans have signed veteran OT Barry Richardson to a contract. Richardson spent his first four seasons in the league with the Chiefs before departing for the Rams last season. He hasn’t missed a game in three years, so he’s at least a durable lineman. In 2012, he manned the right tackle position for the Rams and graded out as slightly above average...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
June 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Rams’ right tackle options in the 2013 NFL draft

The Rams lost various wide receivers to free agency this offseason, but the next biggest need in 2013 for the Rams on offense is right tackle. Barry Richardson has been okay, but the Rams have been actively looking for a younger replacement. So let’s explore what the Rams’ right tackle options will be in the 2013 NFL draft. There are not a lot of right tackles that make sense...
Via The Penalty Flag
March 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Anatomy of a Play: Daryl Richardson's breakout run

Situation: 1 & 10 from the Rams 41, with 4:07 left in the 3rd Quarter, Rams trailing by 5. Personnel: 21  Play: Flex Left Pro Slot 18 Stretch Zone Defense: 3-4, Cover-2 Man Pre-Snap The Rams come out in 21 personnel (2 running backs, 1 tight...
Via Rams Herd
September 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Rams bench Jason Smith for Barry Richardson

The Rams allowed the most sacks in the league last year, 55, in large part because of injuries to both of their starting tackles, Rodger Saffold and Jason Smith. The Rams didn’t add another starter in the offseason because they were hoping that Smith and Saffold, both young, would bounce back. However, the Rams may be regretting that as Smith has struggled this offseason. Smith...
Via The Football Fan Spot
August 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Most Pressing Offseason Needs

  1. Offensive Tackle   One name is synonymous with eye-rolling in Kansas City: Barry Richardson.    The former Clemson Tiger finished the 2011 season as Kansas City’s starting right tackle after Ryan O’Callaghan was placed on injured reserve. To his credit, Richardson is dynamic and capable of playing every position on the offensive line. However, Dana White could...
Via Football Nation
February 11, 2012  |  Discuss

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