A week after talking about an NFL comeback, Trent Richardson might soon have that opportunity. 

According to Matt Zenitz of AL.com, the Baltimore Ravens are expected to sign the former Alabama running back pending a physical. If so, it would be Richardson's fourth team in five seasons since being drafted No. 3 overall by the Browns in the 2012 NFL Draft.

The 2011 Heisman finalist was traded to Indianapolis two games into his second NFL season and was eventually released in March of last year. The Raiders signed him to a two-year contract but he never played a game for Oakland. The team released him before the start of the season and he was out of the NFL last fall.

During Richardson's visit with The Gary Harris Show last week, he talked confidently about getting another opportunity and taking advantage of it. He said he learned an expensive lesson early in his career but thinks he's in a much better position now to succeed.

You can watch that entire conversation in the video below.

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