Found September 18, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:

Earlier today, we posted Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s thoughts on the Cleveland Browns trading Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts. As you might figure, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert decided to chime in with his thoughts on the realm of Twitter: Not much time to follow NFL lately. What motivates @Browns to trade promising 2012 3rd pick for likely 23rd-27th pick? What am I missing? — Dan Gilbert (@cavsdan) September 19, 2013

3 Comments:
  • I'm 60 years old and it's always been the Browns,but this is it. I'M DONE BEING A BROWNS FANS. you lost me on this one. But actually, I'm happy for Richardson cuz he's going to a much better team that knows what to do with a good running back.
  • Watch the movie Moneyball. TR would not hit the line if there was no opening. Goodbye!Some running game will be better than the none TR supplied. Greg Little and Buster Skrien take note. I would rather lose without these guys. Chud will not continue to lose with them and I applaud that. I think the Browns have a chance to win now.
  • Are you nuts? The Browns do not have an offensive line at all, nothing, nota. This is why running backs can barely run past it. This trade is just another stupid move by Cleveland, SNAFU. The Colts already have a passing game with Luck, now the have a running game. You are about to see what Trent Richardson was born to do. By the way, the movie Moneyball sucked.
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