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    Brown's cap / salary impact

    I suppose it's appropriate for me to state up front, that I'm not sold on Ronnie Brown.

    My question is simple: At what point in his contract do we really need to evaluate his effectiveness?

    I know he's received a huge signing binous, and I can accept that situation as a part of signing a player at #2, but when does he become too become expensive for us? Next year? The year after? If it takes a two years to evaluate a running back, is it conceivable that we'd draft one next year?
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    take a nice look at ronnie, youll be seeing him for years to come. and culpepper. theyll both be here the next 4 or 5 years - and i agree he needs to step up his production if we are going to pay him so much
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    Ronnie Brown gets 39 yards in a game when it looks like he should only get 15 yards.

    He is always pushing the pile forward. What you need to be asking is when do we just blow up our O-Line and start from scratch.....
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    While I disagree with the original posters thoughts on Brown, he does ask a fair question and doesn't need to be bashed for it. I agree that Ronnie makes a lot of yards where other backs would simply be put down in the backfield, however, at times he is hesitant when there is a hole to run through (perhaps a product of rarely having seen one since playing for Miami).

    With Lee Suggs playing now we should all be able to judge more accurately Brown's effectiveness because there will be a player who we can directly compare him to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCurmudgeon
    I suppose it's appropriate for me to state up front, that I'm not sold on Ronnie Brown.

    My question is simple: At what point in his contract do we really need to evaluate his effectiveness?

    I know he's received a huge signing binous, and I can accept that situation as a part of signing a player at #2, but when does he become too become expensive for us? Next year? The year after? If it takes a two years to evaluate a running back, is it conceivable that we'd draft one next year?
    Not sold on Ronnie... really? Couldn't tell by your post.

    Come on Man. You watched one game. Did you see him get the TD's & 30 tough yards? Did you watch any games last year? Why don't you watch atleast few more games before you think about what he's worth. Not to mention they'll probably get a cheap tricky Ricky back next year. And if you get 2000 yards out of the combination then yes we keep RB & he's worth it.
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