Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC...PBiletnikoff/DS#1PSTeamProspect-RRang/TSXPMVP...2012: (+) Coming off 04/10/12 Knee INJ...Out for 2012/NA...2011: NA/BiletnikoffAdd...2010: HMC
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01/13/15 - WR Paul Richardson (knee) was placed on reserve/injured by the Seahawks Monday (Jan. 12)
01/11/15 - WR Paul Richardson tore the ACL in his left knee Saturday and is out for the season and his availability for the beginning of next year is in question given the usual nine-month recovery process. Richardson also tore the ACL in his left knee while in college at Colorado, adding to the concern about the injury to the player who was Seattle's first pick in the 2014 draft at No. 45 overall. Richardson had 29 receptions this season, 13 in the last three regular-season games when he began to make more of an impact after a slow start. He was a starter in the team's three-receiver sets after the trade of Percy Harvin, and officially had six starts this season.
12/18/14 - WR Paul Richardson (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, apparently suffering the injury in practice the day before. Richardson is also the kick returner.
10/29/14 - WR Paul Richardson will continue to get work as a kickoff returner after a 47-yarder last week at Carolina in what was his first game handling those duties with Bryan Walters out. Walters is now back but Richardson will also get his shots as a returner. Percy Harvin was the team's kickoff returner before being traded.
08/19/14 - WR Paul Richardson could be a candidate for kickoff return duty, but likely won't factor into punt return duty, coach Pete Carroll said. Richardson, a rookie, would be a complement at kickoff chores to Percy Harvin, who is expected to take over that role this season on a full-time basis now that he's healthy.