Going into the 2015 NFL season the Colts have many glaring needs. As usual, they need significant help along the offensive line. There are holes on the defensive side that need filled. And, what’s going on with the running back situation? Will Ahmad Bradshaw return and be able to produce? Will Trent Richardson finally reach bust status and be released? Will Boom Herron continue...
Trent Richardson and the Indianapolis Colts are at odds over what happened the weekend of the team’s loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, and now some new information makes Richardson look a lot more empathetic. Richardson missed the team’s walkthrough Saturday morning Jan. 17 and was not on the team...Read More
What, you’re still here?
I saw that headline somewhere earlier this week and thought was surprised. Haven’t we decided this already?
Alright, let’s review the facts.
Trent Richardson used to be loved by the coaches, but then he gained 15 pounds and stopped answering their calls.
He’s never been good in Indianapolis. Not even a little bit.
The Indianapolis Colts grew increasingly frustrated with Trent Richardson throughout the course of the 2014 season, and there is more to it than the former first-round pick’s inability to carry the ball beyond the line of scrimmage. Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports that the Colts were upset with Richardson over his weight issues and “accessibility”...Read More
With the season for the Indianapolis Colts officially over, it is time to start looking into prospects that will be able to help upgrade the franchise into a Super Bowl contender. While there are many pieces the team could add that include help on the offensive line, the defensive line, and safety, drafting a running back is a priority.
After trading a first and fourth-round draft...
The tale of Trent Richardson gets stranger by the day. No, I’m not talking about him getting traded or his continual disappointment between the lines on an NFL field. I’m talking about his very standing in the league and with his current team, the Indianapolis Colts. Trent Richardson missed the Colts’ final two playoff games and all indications were that it was for “personal...
Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson revealed on Friday that Trent Richardson was suspended for his team’s two playoff games, according to ESPN’s Mike Wells. Richardson was somewhat of a surprise inactive for Indy’s divisional round playoff game against the Denver Broncos, though he had clearly fallen to third on the depth chart and was...Read More
Trent Richardson did not make the trip to New England with his Indianapolis Colts teammates for Sunday’s AFC Championship, and now we know why. According to WTHR’s Bob Kravitz, Richardson missed the team’s walk through on Saturday without prior notice. Kravitz says Richardson was likely to be a healthy scratch for the game anyhow. When...Read More
The Indianapolis Colts won’t bench Trent Richardson on Sunday. That’s because the running back has benched himself.
Richardson did not travel to New England for the team’s AFC Championship Game against the Patriots for “personal reasons,” according to Kevin Bowen of the Colts’ official website. He was the only Colts player on the roster who didn’t...
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Last week found Indianapolis Colts running back Trent Richardson benched at the last moment for the divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos. Speaking up on the benching Richardson, who seems to be a bit in the dark about the whole incident, had this to share (via NFL.com)
That situation will never happen to me again. Anybody can quote me, today, because it’s never...