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Report: Seahawks to cut Brandon Browner
Are you asking about here? Not a chance, in my opinion. But, just my opinion. Who is he better than?
I wouldn't see any reason to kick the tires. He commits so many DPI penalties and doesn't take the new, stricter rules into account.
On top of that, we're having a nice little competition for that CB5 spot, where everyone's "lock" changes on a daily basis.
I was painfully wrong about him getting cut March 2015. I'll sit out four game threads for my actions.
I was being facetious. Altho it would tremendously boost our production on defensive holding calls.
Figured you were joking, but wasn't sure.
They were trying to play him at safety I thought, correct? Or something?
That sounds like a reward, not a punishment!
Defensive penalty yardage record...
That's no penalty. That's sweet relief. LOL
I have very mixed emotions about this simply because we have some young kids that might not make it to the PS. On the other hand, we have a gaping hole for the skill set that Browner has, as we currently have a secondary made up of midgets, playing in a league increasingly made up of giants. Plus there is no better coaching staff to be able to accentuate what Browner does well, and protect against what he doesn't.
At this stage he's clearly just a situational player, but there ARE those situations where having him might be advantageous
While I'm not sure he should come back to the Patriots, he should never have to buy a beer in Boston after how he took over for an ineffective Ryan in the Super Bowl and then jammed Kearse so Butler could make the pick.
He's a hero in my eyes.
He's a walking yellow flag.
Well that never happened. Only person who got replaced was Arrington by Butler
And there's a flag on the play....
If he's not good enough to be a seahawk then he won't make it here either, NEXT!
That's a reward not a punishment.
That's funny... but in truth I bet somebody picks him up. A lot of teams are worse off than New England and Seattle.
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