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We reported this past weekend that Browns receiver Greg Little is on the trade block.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns have “fielded” calls regarding wide receiver Little.
the Browns have fielded calls on him, too. And like we said, he also can be had for the right price. Basically, just about anyone in Cleveland is available if a team is willing to trade the proper compensation. Makes for fun times leading up to the Oct. 29 trade deadline.
Let’s face it, Little isn’t a very good receiver. He just lost his starting spot to Devone Bess, which only decreases his trade value.
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