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I want to make a trade with my friend:

MY team is

Aaron Rodgers

Ryan Fitzpatrick

Ray Rice

Lesean McCoy

Deangelo Williams

Steven "Action" Jackson

Larry Fitzgerald

Vincent "Action" Jackson

Aj Green

Reggie Wayne

SAntana Moss

Jimmy Graham

Antoinio Gates

Packers D

His team is:

Cam Newton

Matthew Stafford


Fred "Action" Jackson

Frank Gore

Ryan Matthews

Desean "Action" Jackson

Calvin Johnson

Marques Colston

Steve Smith (CAR)

Rob Gronkowski

Neil Rackers

Lions D

Ravens D

I would like to have Matthew Stafford and/or Frank Gore, and/or Steve Smith. Im willing to give up Larry Fitzgerald, if the trade is right, and Antonio Gates, and Reggie Wayne.

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