A lot of things in Cleveland sports don't make sense, like the childish grudge the Cavaliers still have with LeBron James and—more infamously—the Browns trading No. 3 pick Trent Richardson to the Colts for a first-round draft pick. Doesn't make sense, but this is the Browns we're talking about here.

The Browns tried to do something rare after the trade: Please their fans. TMZ is reporting that Richardson's former team is holding a free exchange program for his jerseys.

The catch is that the jerseys must have been purchased within the past 30 days. If that's the case, fans can trade in Richardson jerseys for another Browns jersey or get a full refund. There's no word on getting a few more tallies on the win column though, so fans will have to see if getting that first-round draft pick will be worth it.

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[via TMZ