Paul Richardson

#10 | Seattle Seahawks | WR

Player Profile

Paul Richardson
  • Projected Points5.08
  • Next GameWeek 3
  • OpponentTennessee Titans
  • Injury Status
  • StatusProbable
  • Body PartFinger
  • Bio
  • Height6'0"
  • Weight175
  • Age25
  • Date of BirthApril 13, 1992
  • CollegeColorado
  • Experience4th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2014
  • Round2
  • Pick45
  • TeamSEA

Latest News

  • Paul Richardson Fully Healthy

    For the first time this season, wide receiver Paul Richardson is slated to go into a game without appearing on an injury report. The oft-injured wideout has constantly dealt with a variety of health problems throughout his short career, living up to a worry that was discussed on draft night due to his slight frame. Richardson is blazingly fast when healthy, so hopefully he can contribute on the outside. However, between the team's offensive struggles and quarterback Russell Wilson's other available options like Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, and Jimmy Graham, Richardson is mostly just a home run hitter for now. If he can develop more rapport, he could possibly grow into a weekly play.

    10 hours ago | RotoBaller
  • Paul Richardson Is OK

    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said wide receiver Paul Richardson is "going to be fine" after the receiver suffered a dislocated finger in Week 2. Richardson had just two catches for 19 yards in the win over San Fran, but he was able to find the end zone for the first time this year. With Seattle's entire offense stuck in the mud, mainly because of the inept offensive line, Richardson is currently an unappealing flex option.

    3 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Paul Richardson Performs Well Against Packers

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Paul Richardson has been plagued by injuries in his short NFL career, but he once again showed that he can be a force when healthy. Richardson tied for the most targets of any Seahawks receiver on Sunday, and while he wasn't able to haul in a touchdown, he did rack up 59 yards on four catches. He'll have to build more rapport with Wilson, but he already looks like he can work well as a No. 2 complement to Doug Baldwin for Seattle.

    12 days ago | RotoBaller


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