Sign with the Chihuahua FAM team for the 2022 campaign
Chihuahua, Chih.- Effective today and until the 2022 FAM campaign ends, the player
exNFL Trent Richardson signed to defend the colors of Caudillos Profootball.
“I come to contribute as much as possible, Caudillos is like a family to me, from the first day until today
"They have treated me like that, that encouraged me to sign with them," said the American.
“Personally, I have realized that the Mexican American Football League is much more than what
It is believed, and our objective is clear, to be champions, that is why I come to this team and that is how it will be," he added.
“We are doing everything possible to make this the biggest team, this ws in step more, that we
approaches the objective and we are very happy to have closed this negotiation that is historic for the
American football in the country,” declared Jorge Ginther, president of Caudillos Profootball.
The Olympian Tomas Aguilera, director, was present accompanying the Caudillos high command.
of the IMCFYD, Juan Pedro Santarosa director of the ICHDCF, Luis Alberto Fierro rector of the UACH, Juan Pablo
Zaldivar operational director of FAM and Mauricio Balderrama head coach of Caudillos Profootball.
Trent Richardson up close:
Trenton Jamond Richardson (born July 10, 1990). He played college football for the
University of Alabama, was recognized as an All-American and was a member of two All-American teams.
BCS National Championship. Richardson, considered the best running back prospect for the NFL Draft
NFL 2012, he was considered by some to be the best running back prospect since Adrian Peterson, and
He was selected third overall by the Cleveland Browns. After being traded from the Browns to
The Indianapolis Colts during his second season, his production experienced a massive decline.
He played for the Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football in 2019 and led the league with 12
rushing touchdowns.
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