Paul Richardson’s season is over after just two quarters of one game, and one catch.
The Seahawks on Saturday put their speedy, second-round draft choice from 2014 on injured reserve with a hamstring injury that hasn’t improved since he sustained it on a 40-yard sprint and catch down the sideline Nov. 15 against Arizona.
That was Richardson’s season debut following reconstructive knee surgery in January.
Seattle signed running back DuJuan Harris off its practice squad to take Richardson’s place on the active roster. Harris is eligible to play Sunday at Minnesota. That’s for depth at running back behind Thomas Rawls and Fred Jackson, with Marshawn Lynch recovering from abdominal surgery.
Richardson has had two knee reconstructions and now this season-ending hamstring injury in less than four years.