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Trent Richardson traded to the Colts

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WHOA! 

 

The factory of sadness continues... LOL

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WOW thats huge!! Congratz to Richardson for getting the hell out of that poo hole.

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WOW. 

 

who's the back in cleveland? fantasy value

 

 

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Bet we could have gotten a 2nd rounder for DeAngelo if J-Stew and Bahnah were healthy

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I don't think the OP is saying to trade our QB. He's saying if we could make a move like the Colts just did to help Luck.

 

This is really shocking obviously, I heard Richardson wasn't doing so great, but damn.

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