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DARYL RICHARDSON RUMORS

Report: Jets Claim RB Daryl Richardson Off Waivers From Rams

  Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Jets have claimed RB Daryl Richardson off of waivers from the Rams. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports mentioned earlier in the day that the Ravens were “at least considering” the idea of placing a waiver claim on Richardson. Richardson, 24, had two years remaining on his four-year contract worth $2,145,896, which included base salaries...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Could Place A Waiver Claim On RB Daryl Richardson

  According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Ravens are “at least considering” the idea of placing a waiver claim on recently released RB Daryl Richardson. The Ravens obviously aren’t at the top of the waiver priority, so it would take some teams passing on Richardson for him to end up in Baltimore. Previous reports mentioned that the Ravens would like to add multiple...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams waived RB Daryl Richardson

The St. Louis Rms decided to waive running back Daryl Richardson on Thursday. #Rams waived RB Daryl Richardson. — Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) May 15, 2014 Richardson was expected to replace Steven Jackson, but couldn’t stay on the field last season. The writing was on the wall that Richardson could be dumped after the Rams drafted Tre Mason last week. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams waive former starting running back Daryl Richardson, plus three others

Just nine short months ago, Daryl Richardson was the Rams’ starting running back going into the 2013 season. However, Richardson simply couldn’t get the job done in his short time as a starter, as rookie Zac Stacy proved to be a much more effective running back. Richardson battled a thigh injury for much of the remainder of the 2013 season and saw his snaps dwindle to almost...
Via cover32 - Rams
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams RB Daryl Richardson is ready for his debut as a starter

ST. LOUIS -- Daryl Richardson will tell you this was his vision all along. "Of course," he says. "I know hard work pays off. You keep working hard, and you just keep praying. And believe." The undersized, small-school running back was the longest of long shots when the St. Louis Rams selected him with their 252nd pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. That left him one...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Exclusive Interview with St. Louis Rams Running Back Daryl Richardson

I had the great opportunity to personally get in touch with NFL Running Back for the St. Louis Rams, Daryl Richardson. Not only is Richardson one of the primer young halfbacks in the league, but also a humanitarian who is heavily involved in the community. The Abilene Christian University 2012 7th-round draft pick turned NFL starter is destined for great things–phenomenal talent...
Via Total Sports Blog
September 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Customer Service: Daryl Richardson vs. Kenbrell Thompkins

We’re committed to our users here and endeavor to answer every question that comes in via email, twitter, or other formats. Today’s mailbag yields a particularly challenging question that I’d like to share broadly. Via twitter @nathanavery23 asks: D. Rich from STL or K. Thompkins? Flex PPR. I’m a bit of a traditionalist when assessing RB vs. WR flex questions. All things...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
September 05, 2013  |  Discuss

What will we see from the St. Louis Rams this season?

Photo courtesy of St. Louis Rams The start of the NFL season is less then a week away and the St. Louis Rams are a team looking to take the next step in making the playoffs. It will not be an easy task as they play in the toughest division in the league. They have made significant improvements during the offseason, but it came at a price as they lost some key contributors. Although...
Via isportsweb.com
September 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Brian Schottenheimer impressed with rookie Daryl Richardson

Rams OC Brian Schottenheimer confirmed after Sunday’s loss that rookie Daryl Richardson will stay involved as a complement to Steven Jackson moving forward. Jackson is the inside runner. Richardson is the in-space complementary back with big-play skills. “You have to defend different parts of the field with each guy,” said Schottenheimer. ”Steven just pounds on you. Then...
Via NFL Draft Zone
October 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Undrafted free agent Daryl Richardson leads Rams to win

Getty Images Taking over for Steven Jackson (groin), Daryl Richardson rushed for 83 yards on 15 carries and added two catches for 19 yards in Week 2 against the Redskins. Richardson was thrust into the feature role, and flashed impressive speed. In the third quarter, he broke off a 53-yard run and very nearly scored on the play. He came close to scoring again later in the third on...
Via NFL Draft Zone
September 18, 2012  |  Discuss
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