After Wednesday’s shocking Trent Richardson trade, many — notably anchored by Grantland’s Bill Barnwell — have called for the Cleveland Browns to offer an all-encompassing jersey refund program for fans in the area.
As of now, that won’t be the case. The Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot reports this evening that the Browns will maintain their usual 30-day policy for all merchandise and jersey refunds and exchanges. According to a team spokesman, there are no modifications to that policy planned at this time.
We’ll see if the Browns front office does ever decide to be a bit more lenient here. Of course, it was just 18 months ago that Richardson was billed at the face of the franchise after being taken No. 3 overall.