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It doesn’t take much thinking who The Browns are taking at the 4 spot it’s RB Trent Richardson plain and simple , You say Why ?? Tell me who stands out at our RB Position ?? Montario Hardesty can’t stay healthy since day one and the rest are a mix bag Brandon Jackson ,Owen Mrencic, Obi ….So you tell me , will any of these Rb’s putting fear in defenses ?? NOT !!! ….This Front Office has no better opportunity than now to give Colt McCoy weapons this offense is so needing . T Rich 5-foot-9, 227-pound and his speed 4.45-4.49 in the 40-yard dash,is going to throw defenses fits. He knows how to run people over, He has lightning speed hitting the corner and running up field. A lot of scouts are comparing him to Adrian Peterson and there hasn’t been anyone drafted since him that can do the things Peterson can do . This Offense needs stud players now, to take the pressure off Colt and to give him more option to run this offense ! I’ll say this now , If Minnesota doesn’t trade the
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Jaguars: $20.2 million.
Seahawks: $18.9 million.
Browns: $18.5 million.
Titans: $18.4 million....