Richardson secured four of five targets for 83 yards in Saturday's 36-20 divisional-round loss to the Falcons. Richardson made another spectacular grab in the second quarter that initially appeared to result in a 52-yard touchdown, but the play was shortened to a 33-yard gain on review after it was determined that the third-year wideout was down by contact at the Falcons' 19-yard line. Richardson was nevertheless impressive throughout the game, and his play during the late-season absence of Tyler Lockett (leg) certainly gives the Seahawks plenty of reason for optimism heading into the offseason. The 24-year-old wrapped up the 2016 season with 21 receptions (36 targets) for 288 yards and a touchdown, along with one rush for five yards.
Richardson hauled in three of four targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 26-6 wild-card win over the Lions. Richardson's final stat line belies the spectacular nature of his play Saturday, as he turned in two highlight-reel catches. The first was a jaw-dropping one-handed grab in which Richardson reached around Lions DB Tavon Wilson for a two-yard touchdown in the second quarter. While he admittedly was guilty of yanking on Wilson's facemask while making the catch -- an infraction that was missed by the officials -- the reception was as spectacular as it was improbable. The third-year receiver then came back with another one-handed reception 27 yards downfield in the fourth quarter, a catch he made despite being interfered with by the Lions' Nevin Lawson. Richardson is clearly capable of providing the big-play dimension that was previously Tyler Lockett's (leg) domain, and his speed will likely come in handy in what should be a high-scoring battle with the Atlanta Falcons in next Saturday's divisional-round showdown.
Richardson caught four of five targets for 41 yards and his first touchdown of the season Saturday in a loss against the Cardinals. Richardson got more involved in the passing game after Tyler Lockett left with a season-ending injury. Richardson likely will be used in a similar role as Lockett. He has speed to get behind defensive backs on deep routes and likely will get at least five targets again in Week 17 and in the playoffs. He also is expected to return kickoffs and perhaps punts, as well.
Richardson (hamstring) does not have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Packers after fully practicing Friday. Richardson missed last weekend's blowout victory over the Panthers due to a hamstring ailment, which kept him limited earlier this week, but his full participation Friday cleared any concern over his return Sunday in Green Bay.
Richardson (hamstring) logged a limited practice Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Richardson didn't practice at all last week en route to inactive status Sunday against the Panthers. With a limited showing under his belt already this week, he's certainly trending toward a return. However, Friday's injury report will have the final word on his availability for Sunday's contest in Green Bay.
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