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Marcellus Wiley: ‘It’s a great move by Melvin Gordon’ to hold out for new contract

FOX Sports Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Marcellus Wiley: ‘It’s a great move by Melvin Gordon’ to hold out for new contractMarcellus Wiley shares his thoughts on reports Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon is deciding to hold out for a new deal and if he doesn't get one he'll demand a trade. Hear why Wiley thinks Le'Veon Bell set a precedent others like Gordon will follow.
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News video: Melvin Gordon Demands Chargers to Pay Him or Trade Him

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The NBA isn't the only sport with trade requests these days. Gordon's agent told ESPN that his client will not report to training camp unless the Chargers give him a new contract. If not, the running back will demand a trade.

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