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Browns deny they're looking to trade Josh Gordon

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06:20 PM ET 09.23 | The Cleveland Browns shocked the NFL community and fan bases everywhere when they traded star running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts after two games this season. There are reports that the Browns are looking to trade a few more pieces of the team in an effort to collect more draft picks. The reports suggested that one of the pieces the Browns were considering auctioning off is wide receiver Josh Gordon. At a press conference today head coach Rob Chudzinski denied that there were any plans to trade Josh Gordon, or Greg Little for that matter.

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September 23, 2013  08:28 PM ET

Yes, time to give up on the season and accumulate draft picks, so you can build a team around Brian Hoyer.

September 23, 2013  08:30 PM ET
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Yes, time to give up on the season and accumulate draft picks, so you can build a team around Brian Hoyer.

Who knew that was the plan all along? Clever Brownies.

September 23, 2013  09:19 PM ET

Great a Brownie Sale, just what the league needs.

September 23, 2013  09:44 PM ET

Yeah might as well trade a proven receiver like Gordon for a draft pick er 2 so you can maybe hit on a good wideout next year

September 23, 2013  09:59 PM ET

Cool.

September 23, 2013  10:09 PM ET

Trade Weeden for two first round draft picks...

September 23, 2013  11:09 PM ET

Where there's smoke there's usually some fire. At this point, I think the Browns will put anything on the trading block except for Hoyer (probably).

September 23, 2013  11:46 PM ET

How much would you be willing to pay for an established NFL wide receiver? Well put away that checkbook, because Crazy Mike Lombardi isn't done yet! For the price you'd be willing to pay for a wide receiver, he'll throw in an All Pro tackle and Jim Brown's crutches!!!

How can he do it? Because he's CRAAAAAZZZZZYYYYY!!!

September 24, 2013  12:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

How much would you be willing to pay for an established NFL wide receiver? Well put away that checkbook, because Crazy Mike Lombardi isn't done yet! For the price you'd be willing to pay for a wide receiver, he'll throw in an All Pro tackle and Jim Brown's crutches!!! How can he do it? Because he's CRAAAAAZZZZZYYYYY!!!

Come on down to the Dog Pound for great deals! Free hot dogs and balloons for Mom!

September 24, 2013  05:21 AM ET

You can't think you are going to get a 1st round QB in the next draft and not have any talent on the team. If they're going after Teddy or Johnny F, they're going to need a receiver.

The value of a high dollar RB is much less in a read/option format. I don't think they'll deal Gordon.

September 24, 2013  09:23 AM ET
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You can't think you are going to get a 1st round QB in the next draft and not have any talent on the team. If they're going after Teddy or Johnny F, they're going to need a receiver.The value of a high dollar RB is much less in a read/option format. I don't think they'll deal Gordon.

agreed to have a good rookie qb and no one for him to throw to will not work out well for the qb, might as well throw him to the wolves

 
September 24, 2013  12:30 PM ET

ummm... they have 2 first round picks... one for the QB and one for the WR... i don't really see the problem.

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