BALTIMORe (WJZ) —  Trent Richardson’s hopes for the hall of fame are looking more and more bleak.

Richardson has been working hard to make a comeback this season after being in and out of the NFL since 2012 but unfortunately, his story has hit another road block.

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The Ravens running back will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery for a pre-existing injury, reported Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun.

Richardson sat out offseason practices due to a hamstring injury brought on by conditioning issues and sadly, as the consistent injuries decreases Richardson’s chances of making the final roster in September.
The team will not practice again until training camp opens on July 28.
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