Add this to the fact that Ruben Droughns is thinking (or is) about holding out and that the Browns have nobody other than an old and very dusty Trent Dilfer and you wonder how Romeo Crennel is going to score any offensive points this year.
Originally posted by BigDaddyLocoAdd this to the fact that Ruben Droughns is thinking (or is) about holding out and that the Browns have nobody other than an old and very dusty Trent Dilfer and you wonder how Romeo Crennel is going to score any offensive points this year.
Lee Suggs, and they still have Willie Green. Plus having drafted Edwards and having very serviceable receivers, they are still okay at the skill positions. KWII just would have made an excellent weapon is all. They still have to hope their OL pickups in Free Agency will pan out and that they can avoid the injury bug.
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Originally posted by whateverClick Here (cbs.sportsline.com) The Browns are worried that he has a torn ACL, severe ligament damage to his shoulder, a punctured lung, and kidney damage. He is probably done for the next season, at least.
Look on the brightside, there's always the 2006 NFL Draft.
I guess I felt that Rogers was worse because both of his season-ending injuries happened on the field, and Winslow's injuries seem more fluky. Crazy things happen sometimes, especially when you're being a dumbass on a motorcycle, and a broken leg can happen anytime. Rogers is already loooked at as an injury risk.
Anyway, like they've said, it really takes two years to recover from a torn ACL. So what, he'll be in his 4th year before he really has an impact? Then if he does do well he'll just want his contract restructured anyway. I say kick him to the curb. It's about time some pays the financial price for their own stupidity.
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I don't understand why they even hired him in the dual role. We've seen this again and again in the NHL as well as in football: the coach and GM for a given team need to be two different people. It's too much job for one man.