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Draft Scout Cyril Richardson News
09/29/14 - OL Cyril Richardson made the first start of his NFL career, replacing left guard Chris Williams, who was inactive due to a lingering back injury that has plagued him since the preseason. This meant that two rookies were in the opening lineup as seventh-round choice Seantrel Henderson started his fourth game of the year at right tackle.
Richardson committed a false start penalty, and like the rest of the linemen, had a tough time whenever J.J. Watt decided to come through his lane.
"I started off a little slow, but I got into a groove as the game went on," said Richardson. Truthfully, Williams has more experience, but it would be very difficult to discern a difference between he and Richardson. Given the continued struggles of right guard Erik Pears, it's conceivable to project that when Williams his healthy, he and Richardson could be the starters with Richardson switching to right guard.
08/15/14 - G Cyril Richardson had a very good day against the Steelers. Pressed into first-string duty at right guard, Richardson had one of his best practices of the summer as he consistently won battles up front, something that wasn't frequent for the Bills offensive line.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Bills picks: Round 5/153 -- Cyril Richardson, G, 6-5, 343, Baylor...He had weight issues his senior year that prevented him from being a much higher pick. Was the leader of a line that blocked for the NCAA's top offense, which averaged 52 points per game. He was a finalist for the Outland Trophy, but some scouts said he lacked good movement and could be beaten by faster pass rushers up the middle. At left guard he was credited with 83 knockdown blocks. As a child, his family was displaced by Hurricane Katrina and they wound up in Fort Worth, Tex. - The Sports Xchange
03/26/14 - 2014 Pro Days: Baylor's Seastrunk improves combine times...OG Cyril Richardson slightly improved a few of his numbers from the NFL Combine, including in the 40-yard dash (5.36 to 5.19) and the bench press (25 to 27). He had a solid performance during positional drills as well and helped himself after a lackluster pre-draft showing up to that point. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
01/25/14 - 2014 Senior Bowl, Missed Opportunity: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor - At 6-foot-4, 344 pounds, Richardson is a massive interior presence but he struggled with quicker defensive tackles throughout the week of practice (especially Donald) and wasn't nearly as powerful as a drive blocker as one might expect given his size. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com