Titans should look at these free agent replacements for Adam Humphries
It’s actually pretty surprising to see Richardson is still available given all the practice squad exemptions that teams have.
After a short injury-plagued two-year stint with Washington, Richardson did sign with his former team, the Seattle Seahawks, early on in the season but was cut right before Week 1.
Richardson isn’t a top receiving threat, but as he proved in his final year in Seattle, where he racked up 703 yards and six touchdowns, he can be a contributor in the passing game.
If the Titans want a third receiving option that has the potential to make big plays, Richardson could be what they’re looking for.
However, after missing time in parts of the past two seasons with injuries, the Titans might not be interested in him, especially since they are trying to replace somebody who is injured, but the risk should be relatively low, since no other teams seem to be interested in his services.
Signing Richardson seems to be a low risk, potentially high reward situation.