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12/31/13 - Colts general manager Ryan Grigson remains a staunch supporter of RB Trent Richardson. Despite a lack of big-time production from the Cleveland Browns' 2012 No. 1 draft pick since being acquired in an early season trade, Richardson has the full support of the Indianapolis front office and coaching staff. Grigson wants to see Richardson go through a full offseason, OTA program and training camp heading into the 2014 season.
11/22/13 - RB Trent Richardson (calf) is listed as questionable, but expected to play Sunday at Arizona.
11/21/13 - RB Trent Richardson thinks he is playing well despite the lack of big numbers so far. Richardson was traded from Cleveland to the Colts early in the season and has been the primary ball-carrier since RB Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a season-ending neck injury. While his numbers (96 carries for 272 yards and two TDs) are so-so, Richardson believes things will get better as the season progresses.
11/21/13 - --RB Trent Richardson (calf) was limited during Thursday's practice. Richardson is expected to play Sunday at Arizona.
11/06/13 - RB Trent Richardson, if healthy (ankle), is expected to be used more in the Colts passing game as the season progresses.
"Coming in we knew, 51 catches his first year in Cleveland, we know he's got that ability. I think as he gets, again, more comfortable with the scheme and terminology and all those types of things and the game, the situation, the score, all those things kind of line up," coach Chuck Pagano said. "If the stars all line up, we'd love to get him in space more and get the ball in his hands more."