Richardson was suspended four-games earlier this offseason due to a failed drug test. Following recent street-racing and resisting arrest charges, the NFL is likely to extend his punishment (July 30).
"I wouldn't say I'm used to it," he said Thursday, regarding his time playing with the second-team. "But I brought it on myself, so I've got to handle it accordingly."
He has spent all of camp practicing with the second-team. With his minimum suspension of four-games looming, he soon will not be able to practice at all.
"It's going to be rough," he said. "I'm a ball player. Once again, I brought it on myself, so I can't look back now. I can only move forward."
At this point he has not heard from the league office regarding any extended suspension time.
"No, I have not," he said. "I think they're waiting until the court things get settled."
Richardon, 24, is scheduled to be arraigned in Missouri on Aug. 31.