Trent Richardson's time with the Baltimore Ravens has come to an end. The team announced via its official Twitter account on Tuesday that it had released Richardson and signed wide receiver Chuck Jacobs in a corresponding move.

Richardson's time with the Ravens lasted only 107 days. It included one knee surgery and zero games played.

Richardson has gone through a stunning fall from grace since entering the NFL as the No. 3 overall pick in the 2012 draft out of the University of Alabama. He struggled badly (3.5 yards per carry on 295 carries) across his 17 games with the Cleveland Browns before being traded to the Indianapolis Colts for a first-round pick. He somehow fared even worse with the Colts, running for only 3.1 yards per carry (on 316 carries) across 29 games with the team.

He landed with the Oakland Raiders last offseason but was cut before the season started and did not play in 2015. Upon signing with the Ravens in April, Richardson stated that his goal was to make it to the Hall of Fame. That road just got even longer.