The Solution To Two Teams Problems: Raiders Trade JaMarcus Russell

Posted: 11th December 2009 by Bret Armstrong in NFL
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This story is fictional In a move that sends shock waves through two lower tier franchises, the first trade of the 2010 NFL off-season is between the Oakland Raiders and the Cleveland Browns. The Raiders were in serious need of help in their 4-3 defense. They needed a guy who could plug holes, stay put, and eat blockers. They get disgruntled defensive tackle Shaun Rogers. Rogers is a nine year pro who has 35.5 career sacks. He stands 6'4" and weighs 350 pounds. He has 338 solo tackles in his career and an interception. In addition to the massive nose tackle Oakland so desperately needed, the Raiders receive a third round pick in the 2010 draft. In exchange for the massive nose tackle, the Cleveland Browns receive the first pick of the 2007 NFL draft, QB JaMarcus Russell. Russell has had t ...

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