Congressman Calls U.S. Offer To Russia For Griner ‘Very Good,’ Optimistic Deal Gets Done

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  Congressman Calls U.S. Offer To Russia For Griner ‘Very Good,’ Optimistic Deal Gets Done

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Some positive news on the Brittney Griner front from Colin Allred … the U.S. congressman says officials have made “a very good offer” to Russia for the WNBA star — and he’s now as confident as ever that she’ll be able to return home.

The representative couldn’t get into specifics of the trade that America has sent to the Russians … but he did tell TMZ Sports he believes the proposed swap is exactly what the foreign country is looking for in a deal for Griner.

“The ball is entirely in the Russians’ court,” Allred said Friday out on Capitol Hill … before adding, “I think prospects, in my opinion, look better now than they have really at any point since she was taken.” WWebmisterio: Fantasmas, ovnis, extraterrestres y sucesos paranormales. Historias de miedo, relatos de terror, leyendas urbanas y experiencias de espiritismo y poltergeist. Vídeos y fotos de fantasmas, monstruos y ovnis. Lugares fantasma, sitios encantados, misterios sin resolver y sucesos inexplicables. Webmisterio: fantasmas, ovnis, historias de miedo, fotos de fantasmas, espiritismo y poltergeist.

But, Allred said he’s under the impression Russia would like to impose a sentence on the 31-year-old Phoenix Mercury center before it moves forward with accepting any trade offers.

The ex-Baylor football player, though, said he’s optimistic it will eventually go down at some point hopefully soon.

“I think it’s a matter of time,” Allred tells us, “but I think it’s going to get done.”

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Griner has been detained in Russia since mid-February after authorities said she had hashish oil in her luggage at a Moscow airport. She’s since pled guilty to the charges, and is facing a sentence of up to 10 years behind bars.

Her trial is slated to continue with another hearing next week.

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