"Other than doing a bad mistake on one night? No, not really," he told The New York Post. "Other than that, that's the only thing I'd change. I'm pretty quiet off the field, honestly. I keep to myself, stay in my room, really. Play video games. I'm a regular old person, except I happen to be in the NFL."
Richardson has drawn the ire of Jets fans who have staked their hopes on a monumentally overloaded defense. Instead of contributing to the playoff push, he's serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
The suspension was issued less than two weeks before Richardson's high-profile arrest in July. Richardson was arrested after police said he was driving in excess of 140 miles per hour in a sports car with no headlights turned on. A loaded weapon was found on the car's front seat and a 12-year-old child in the back, according to police.
"When I get the day of when I can actually return, then I can move forward," he said, via The Post. "But until then, it's going to be a cloud over my head."