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  • #16
    oh yeah, 4.5 to 4.6 isnt slow, specially for a safety.
    for loving the game and never letting go, thank you dennis

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    • #17
      Give all he cb's we've got a shot

      everbody makes mistakes. Paymah isn' perfect (shoulder pad pic). Neither is Browner. Even John Elway (the best QB of all time) made mistakes.
      He loved that moment just as the unit was leaving camp, locked and loaded for bear. It was the end of thinking, worrying, imagining . . . He relied on his training, worked on instinct and reflex. "You're so alert," he says. "Everything matters and none of it is under your complete control, and you're counting on muscle memory, and after that all you have is this absolute trust in the man next to you, and all he has is you."

      -Excerpt from "Damage Control" by Eric Neel, ESPN

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      • #18
        Originally posted by CR18
        oh yeah, 4.5 to 4.6 isnt slow, specially for a safety.

        Ya know, if you deleted the 'enter' you put between those images in your sig, they'd be side by side, and not nearly so annoying to people.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by KellenWinslow81
          For every exception to the rule there are 100's of undrafted people that never see the field....


          Actually, there are about 6.3 billion undrafted people who never see the field in the NFL.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by KellenWinslow81
            For every exception to the rule there are 100's of undrafted people that never see the field....
            But to discount someone SOLELY based on when they were selected, I think, is short-sighted. Many publications had Browner in the top 5 at CB. It's not like he's an unknown playing at the local JC. All I'm saying is to reserve judgment on the guy. Personally, I like the move, but Time will tell whether it was a good one or not.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Sevenis7
              But to discount someone SOLELY based on when they were selected, I think, is short-sighted. Many publications had Browner in the top 5 at CB. It's not like he's an unknown playing at the local JC. All I'm saying is to reserve judgment on the guy. Personally, I like the move, but Time will tell whether it was a good one or not.
              It was a good move on Denver's part. If Browner is a flop we lose nothing.
              John 11: 25-27

              My Adopt-A-Bronco is D.J. Williams



              Thanks Snk16

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Mat'hir Uth Gan
                He has character issues as well as being slow.
                Seeings how there are always two sides to each story.......I'll not pass judgement on him.
                As long as he can play and is a team player...that's ALL that matters.
                NOT what he did in his college days.
                "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate,
                tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of
                men."

                -- Samuel Adams

                sigpicJacks RULE!!!!!!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Caliraiderhater
                  With Darrent williams 5'9" 188 as our nickel back we can put browner almost 6'4" 220 at FS and double team them on a few guys sometimes! teams will try and pick on williams because he is a rookie and he is a little small but i dunno i would just love to see this some in pre-season at least!!!
                  Darrent Williams is NOT going to be the nickel back. Shanahan said that Paymah and Foxworth will have the opportunity to compete for that honor. He didn't even mention Williams.

                  Willie Middlebrooks is the probably #3 CB right now behind Champ and Walls. That could change of course, but based on his play last year until he was injured, he's the best #3 on the team. After that it's anyone's guess.

                  I doubt Shanahan really envisions a 5'8" CB guarding the 6'2"+ receivers in this division. Williams is a PUNT RETURNER pure and simple. He could be a useful dime back at some point.

                  He will never start at CB for the Broncos.
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                  • #24
                    who reminds you Atwater the most Browner or Shazor, Who would you rather have? And did we offer Shazor a FA contract?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Sevenis7
                      Using THIS kind of logic, Rod Smith must suck too, since no one drafted him either! And that Tom Brady guy can't be very good either b/c he was a 6th rounder.

                      Just let 'em play, KW! Some 1st rounders turn out to be busts, and some late rounders turn out to be stars. You just never know until they actually play...
                      ryan leaf any one

                      thanx to TMHG

                      Atwater makes the hit
                      Woodson makes the pick
                      Lott takes it back


                      All for respect this is how the game should be played

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