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  • Mike Brown Signs with Chiefs

    Denver should have signed him:
    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/...s-with-chiefs/

  • #2
    Good pickup for the Chiefs if he can stay healthy. That's a pretty big if though.
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    • #3
      Yay!

      We have a young, good secondary and instead of signing players for our terrible
      DL, bad LB, subpar OL, struggling RB, and lacking TE we sign a saftey. YES!
      Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

      ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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      • #4
        that would worry me back when he was worth a damn

        guy is closer to aarp than contributing to anyone
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        • #5
          I wish we had kept Brown, if you can get 8 games out of him it is more than worth the signing. He is a leader in the locker room, and a solid run stuffer. Trust me on this one, you'll like having Brown around.

          Originally posted by GridironChamp View Post
          Yay!

          We have a young, good secondary and instead of signing players for our terrible
          DL, bad LB, subpar OL, struggling RB, and lacking TE we sign a saftey. YES!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sunbiz1 View Post
            I wish we had kept Brown, if you can get 8 games out of him it is more than worth the signing. He is a leader in the locker room, and a solid run stuffer. Trust me on this one, you'll like having Brown around.
            I have nothing against him, and I agree while healthy he is great for a team...

            Just our money should be going anywhere but to the secondardy... or the punter.
            Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

            ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sunbiz1 View Post
              He's a good football player, but we already have Dawkins to be the run stuffing\box safety. I'd rather have Dawkins.....
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              • #8
                Dawkins is 35 and in his 14th season, but I do see your point. There really isn't enough need with the signing of 2 FA's and drafting one at the S position.

                Kansas City is a bit of a surprise, I just noticed they are already carrying 5 safeties on their roster. Now they have 6.

                Originally posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
                He's a good football player, but we already have Dawkins to be the run stuffing\box safety. I'd rather have Dawkins.....

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                • #9
                  Chiefs sign Saftey, Mike Brown

                  The effects of the Pioli regime are really hitting hard.

                  Mike is a great pick up. He has had a TON of injury issues but when he plays he is a game changer. One of the most underrated Ball Hawks in the leauge.

                  If he can stay healthy were going to have issues with him.

                  http://myespn.go.com/blogs/afcwest/0...n-defense.html
                  Last edited by Seriously?; 06-25-2009, 10:50 AM.

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                  • #10
                    We already have issues of our own with this mess of a team. Lets not worry about a guy who might or might not be healthy:go:
                    Don't Panic!

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                    • #11
                      Mike Brown has lost a lot of range over the years. I mean, who wouldn't with as many injuries as he's had. The guy's a great football player, but I just don't think he has much left to give. It's a shame.

                      And if he does have anything left, then it's a shame we didn't sign him. Dawkins and a Mike Brown of 3 years ago would've been a deadly combination.

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                      • #12
                        Well . . .

                        Originally posted by Sunbiz1 View Post
                        Dawkins is 35 and in his 14th season, but I do see your point. There really isn't enough need with the signing of 2 FA's and drafting one at the S position.

                        Kansas City is a bit of a surprise, I just noticed they are already carrying 5 safeties on their roster. Now they have 6.
                        I think what the Broncos are looking at is that they have Bruton, McBath, and
                        Barrett behind Dawkins and Hill, so they already have young players with a lot
                        of upside there.

                        But I'll have to agree: I think the Chiefs helped themselves there . . .

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                        • #13
                          You would think at the age of 31, he still has some gas left in the tank. I think he does. Mike Brown can no longer be utilized in pass coverage(thanks to Lorenzo Neil's horse collar back in 07')as he has lost a step. However, I'm guessing that the secondary in KC could use some leadership along with a 3rd down run stuffer. If that is the case, Mike Brown could be a concern for Denver fans due to the ball control style of offense being implemented by the Broncos. I'm surprised the Chargers didn't even take a look, Ron Rivera is a Mike Brown fan out there.

                          Originally posted by topscribe View Post
                          I think what the Broncos are looking at is that they have Bruton, McBath, and
                          Barrett behind Dawkins and Hill, so they already have young players with a lot
                          of upside there.

                          But I'll have to agree: I think the Chiefs helped themselves there . . .

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GridironChamp View Post
                            I have nothing against him, and I agree while healthy he is great for a team...

                            Just our money should be going anywhere but to the secondardy... or the punter.
                            We are top 5 in cap room... he's getting a minimum contract. So we are basically wasting no money at all.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Chiefs > You View Post
                              We are top 5 in cap room... he's getting a minimum contract. So we are basically wasting no money at all.
                              Yet the only time we spend it is on over the hill scrubs that don't fill a need.
                              Club Leader: Robert Griffin III > Andrew Luck

                              ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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