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Did the Cleveland Browns commit to Trent Richardson after a successful pre-draft visit from the standout Alabama running back.

Trent (@TrentRich03) has taken to twitter over the last week, dropping hints that Cleveland may be his draft day destination. After meeting with the Browns higher-ups, Trent tweeted the following:

Yesterday, the ex-Bama star posted the above picture of a Browns hat he received from the team, 5 days after leaving Cleveland. Then Saturday morning he let the world know what his favorite color is:

Is this series of tweets a reflection of a verbal commitment he has received from the Browns? In my opinion, they would be crazy to pass on this future NFL Pro Bowler and a building block for their offensive offense. Then again, we are talking about Cleveland…

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