Trent Richardson trying out for XFL, vows to 'never give up' football dream
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Running back Trent Richardson has played in the NFL, CFL, and AAF - now he's trying out for the XFL, which will reboot in 2020.

Richardson has been chasing a career in football since 2012 and vows not to stop.

"I have a chip on my shoulder just to prove to myself and to keep showing myself and my kids that I'll never give up and I'll always follow my dream," Richardson said in a video after his tryout at an XFL showcase.

The Cleveland Browns selected Richardson third overall in the 2012 NFL Draft and traded him to the Indianapolis Colts the next season. He was waived in 2015 and spent time with the Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Ravens before heading north for the CFL in 2017.

After a short stint with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, he joined the AAF's Birmingham Iron in 2018 before the league folded earlier this year.

- With h/t to Pro Football Talk

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