LaVar Arrington: “As long as this has been lingering and all this information continues to surface, I just think it became more and more strange to wanna attach your brand to a toxic commodity. I know people are like ‘well, it’s innocent until proven guilty’, or you feel like he’s innocent because he didn’t get legal charges or criminal charges that stuck, but that doesn’t mean that he didn’t do something wrong. It’s clear from the evidence that continues to surface that the dude has done some things that are not correct. I find it hard to believe that you would give a man this coming off all these scenarios... You gotta be having tremendous buyer’s remorse right now if you’re the Cleveland Browns. I’m going to go out on a limb. I’ve said this before but I limited it to the NFL... I may be ignorant to some other situations in others sports so if I am, it is what it is, but this might be the worst deal ever done in the history of sports. You’d be hard-pressed to find a worse deal ever done in sports.” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to LaVar Arrington, Brady Quinn, and Jonas Knox explain why they are starting to believe that the March 20th trade of Deshaun Watson to the Cleveland Browns is not only the worst trade in NFL history but perhaps the worst trade in the history of sports.
Check out the segment above as the hosts of Two Pros and a Cup of Joe can only laugh and cringe about how much of a dumpster fire the Browns have become just six months removed from one of the biggest wins in their franchise’s history last postseason at Heinz Field when they knocked out the rival Steelers in the Wild Card round of the 2022 NFL Playoffs.
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