Sean Richardson, Green Bay Packers 26 years old
Undrafted in 2012 out of the same school as Andre Hal, Vanderbilt, Sean Richardson has great size at 6-foot-2 and 216 pounds, but is still very limited in his in-game experience. After making the roster in 2012, Richardson found himself used primarily on special teams and had just 42 tackles in his first three seasons.
In his fourth season, Richardson finally recorded his first start, but after just three games he was placed on the injured reserve due to a neck injury, leaving his future in doubt.
Obviously a neck injury could scare a lot of teams away, but some players have come back from such issues and finished their careers. The most recent example being Peyton Manning, the quarterback of the Denver Broncos.
The real question will be health, but if the team doctors can give the thumbs up to Richardson, it would be interesting to see the hard hitting safety paired with his fellow Commodore in the backfield. He may not be a huge upgrade, but he would be affordable and can compete for a spot while helping on special teams should he fail to win the starting position.
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