If having AB around is going to send Gordon back to the bottle something else will anyway.A few others have said as much - I am inclined to pass on Brown with Gordon around. Yeah, Brown is crazy good, but he's also just plain crazy. I'm honestly more interested in providing a stable environment to foster the health and development of Gordon. It would be depressing to throw a guy like Brown into this mix, maybe win ring #7, but have Gordon lose focus as a result or something.
Maybe I'm being sensitive or something, but I would simply rather take care of Gordon than try to "load up" even further the day before Week 1.
The Patriots 1-Year Special is definitely what you’ll find in the “break glass in case of emergency” frame in most NFL agents’ offices.I do think Rosenhaus will try to get the Patriots to take him on, and I think he will try to get Brown to embrace the idea, but ultimately I think he will go to Dallas
Moss admitted he quit on the Raiders.There is a MAJOR difference between Moss, Dillon, Gordon signings by the Pats. They all had their warts but none of them put themselves above the team or acted towards an organization like AB has acted. AB seriously sounds as if he has some mental issues and his beliefs are WAY out of line from the Pats philosophy. You can’t change a persons beliefs easily. No amount of winning will change his view about himself. He acted this way in Pitt too. Seems like they did a good job covering most of it up. I firmly believe AB will cause more problems than it is worth.
He is allowed to sign before 4 (new rule). In any case, AB would make sure that he got a bonus that gives him the guaranteed money.Miguel type question. Since he's not on anyone's roster as of 4PM today, then teams don't have to guarantee his this season's salary or am I age befuddled again?