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RB Trent Richardson - Baltimore Ravens

5-9, 228Born: 7-10-1990College: AlabamaDrafted: Round 1, pick 3

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Most fantasy owners and analysts have written off Richardson after failing to build on a promising rookie year in Cleveland. After a year off, Richardson got back into shape and he's entering Ravens' camp at a career-best, 218 pounds. Justin Forsett is a capable veteran and Kenneth Dixon has starter-level skills, but the rest of the Baltimore depth chart should not pose a threat to Richardson if he's conversant with the Ravens' blocking schemes.

FBG Staff Rankings

RB Redraft - 64, 37
RB Redraft PPR - 64, 37

Stats and Projections

2013 CLE/IND 18 192 564 3 52 35 316 1 2
2014 IND 15 159 519 3 34 27 229 0 1
2016 PROJ-Wood 16 1 * * 1 * * *

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Average Draft Position

Overall: 222
RB: 70
Overall-PPR: 265
RB-PPR: 82

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Latest News

Ravens | Trent Richardson's conditioning in question (Fri May 27, 02:39 PM) - Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens RB Trent Richardson (hamstring) missed the entire first week of organized team activities after he tweaked his hamstring, and head coach John Harbaugh said Richardson must get healthy. Richardson has struggled with injuries and conditioning in his three-year career, averaging only 3.3 yards per carry. He needs a strong offseason and training camp in order to win a spot on the roster.

Our View: Sometimes the headlines can be written months in advance. Richardson is down with a hamstring injury, and that comes back directly to his conditioning. He's fallen out of favor with multiple teams due to conditioning problems and issues (obviously) with motivation. Richardson's career will likely end as a cautionary "what might have been" tale.
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Ravens | Trent Richardson has hamstring issue (Thu May 26, 02:52 PM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Trent Richardson (hamstring) is dealing with a hamstring injury Thursday, May 26, that he suffered last week.

Our View: Richardson has never recovered from whatever happened to him in Cleveland, and while there is room for him to make some inroads into the carries of the players ahead of him, we don't trust him. An injury in minicamp isn't changing our mind.
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Ravens | Three Ravens RBs for one spot (Tue May 24, 02:36 AM) - Baltimore Ravens RB Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB Terrance West and RB Trent Richardson are likely to compete for one roster spot in training camp.

Our View: This is a group of has-beens and never-weres, but it will be interesting to see who emerges. Richardson has the highest upside, but his career has been knocked off track by injuries and lack of motivation. The former no.3 overall pick (2012) has worked hard this offseason to reshape his body in an effort to play up to his potential. We're not counting on Richardson here, but he may be the most likely to emerge if he truly has "gotten it."
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2016 Schedule

1vs Buffalo Bills
2@ Cleveland Browns
3@ Jacksonville Jaguars
4vs Oakland Raiders
5vs Washington Redskins
6@ New York Giants
7@ New York Jets
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9vs Pittsburgh Steelers
10vs Cleveland Browns
11@ Dallas Cowboys
12vs Cincinnati Bengals
13vs Miami Dolphins
14@ New England Patriots
15vs Philadelphia Eagles
16@ Pittsburgh Steelers
17@ Cincinnati Bengals