It's easy for fans to make fun of Trent Richardson.
The former two-time National Champion at Alabama went from No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 Draft to NFL bust.
After a decent rookie season, Richardson was traded from the Browns to the Colts.
He was unable to make any progress, after failing to secure a starting spot with the Raiders, was signed by the Ravens this past March. Richardson was waived before the start of training camp.
Richardson has been the brunt of a bevy of jokes, many related to his inability to see holes in the offensive line.
But following a recent "E:60" story on Richardson's life away from the field, joking about Richardson's running ability isn't all that fun.
According to the story, Richardson found out after the fact that his family and friends spent nearly $1.6 million of his money in ten months.
"I finally just looked at my bank statement, and I was just like, 'Where did this come from? Where did that come from?,'" he said.
"And my guy was sitting there telling me, 'Man, we was telling you.' I know he was telling me, but that's just like telling a kid to stop running in the hall. They're going to still do it when you turn your back or you leave. It's just one of them moments to where I was just blinded by my heart, by loving everybody and thinking that everyone was for me. I know they love me. I know they do care. But at the time, they took advantage of me."
On top of that, Richardson revealed that he was unaware that those close to him had signed up for 11 different Netflix accounts and eight Hulu accounts, not to mention a bevy of Amazon.com charges.
To be short, the people Richardson trusted the most took advantage of his wealth. There was a point in time when along with his kids and girlfriend, six family members or close friends lived with Richardson.
But after failing to stick in Oakland, Richardson cut ties with most of his relatives upon taking a serious look at his finances.
It's easy to make fun of a pro athlete for not being able to identify an opening in the line. But the baggage that comes along with being a pro athlete isn't a laughing matter.