Richardson looked like an ascending talent with the Seattle Seahawks and when Washington signed him in free agency, but most people agreed that buying him high after his one season with more than 300 yards was a high-risk move.
He actually looked poised to be one of the more efficient WRs on the roster before a shoulder injury in his first season sent him to I.R. It didn’t help that once he came back in 2019, he wasn’t playing with Alex Smith anymore, instead it was the three-headed monster of Colt McCoy, Case Keenum and Dwayne Haskins
Richardson is an ideal WR 4/5 who is someone who has moderate size and speed, and someone who is skilled enough to be a solid backup if you need to plug someone in.
The first two players have a lot more name value, but don’t overlook Richardson as a fit because he has played in a lot of schemes that revolve heavily around the run game and play action and Tennessee would be right up his alley.