Rams only have 2 players left on the roster from blockbuster Robert Griffin III trade

These two do not seem to like each other one bit. Norman claimed last season that Bryant told him, “Where I’m from, we don’t lip; we unload the clip.” Bryant denied it, and Norman later walked back the claim.

It didn’t stop Norman from saying exactly what he thinks about Bryant’s game, and it Cheap Jerseys In USA wasn’t flattering.

“He doesn’t ‘wow’ you,” Norman said about Bryant, via Bleacher Report. “For me, he don’t. For other guys, he probably will do the worst to them because he’ll bully them. But you can’t bully a bully. You know what Cheap Jerseys NBA I’m saying? That’s why his game doesn’t resonate to me.”

Neither Norman nor Bryant was willing to back down when the Cowboys and Washington met on Thanksgiving Day:

Back in 2012, Washington put together a blockbuster trade with the then-St. Louis Rams to move up to No. 2 and draft Robert Griffin III. The Rams ended up getting eight total picks out of the deal. Five years later, after the Rams traded Greg Robinson to the Detroit Lions, only two of those players remain on the roster.

Jeff Fisher trolled Washington before a 2014 game, sending six of these players out on the field as captains for the coin toss. Griffin was benched for most of that game, coming in late for Kirk Cousins as Washington trailed by 24. At the time, it looked like the Rams had come out ahead in this deal. Now, it looks like nobody really won.

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