Paul Richardson believed that if he could ever get through all the injuries that have sidetracked his career, he could develop into a consistent option for the Seattle Seahawks.
It's finally happening, and just in time, with Richardson in a contract year.
"I'm pretty confident in myself out there and in the offense. My biggest focus every week is to stay healthy," Richardson said. "So as long as I'm healthy, I feel like I give us a good chance on offense to make some plays or at least draw some attention, take the top off or whatever my duty calls me to do that week, I just maximize it."
He's already set a career-high with a team-high five touchdown receptions, including two TDs and 105 yards receiving in Seattle's win over Houston two weeks ago. He's four catches away from tying his career-best of 29 receptions (2014 rookie season).