Paul Richardson is down and out again. The second-year wide receiver will not play Sunday against San Francisco. He strained his hamstring on his only catch of the season last weekend. It was his 2015 debut following reconstructive knee surgery in January.
Paul Richardson is down and out again. The second-year wide receiver will not play Sunday against San Francisco. He strained his hamstring on his only catch of the season last weekend. It was his 2015 debut following reconstructive knee surgery in January. Ted S. Warren AP
Paul Richardson is down and out again. The second-year wide receiver will not play Sunday against San Francisco. He strained his hamstring on his only catch of the season last weekend. It was his 2015 debut following reconstructive knee surgery in January. Ted S. Warren AP
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November 20, 2015 01:42 PM

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