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  • Chillez
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    Not surprising he is going to retire, put he had a good career. It's to bad

    though he only 30. I wish best of luck too him in the future!

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  • roushmartin6
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    Originally posted by CTM View Post
    Shoot look at Tiki Barber, everyone thought he had more in the tank, but he decided to just give it up because of the pounding RB's take during their career's.


    I think in Lewis' case, he wont be walking out on a Browns Superbowl next year.
    I thought Tiki retired because he hated Tom Coughlin, thats why he kept throwing them under the bus. Jokes on him though, he doesn't have a ring and Coughlin does.

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  • Spice 1
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    Originally posted by CTM View Post
    Shoot look at Tiki Barber, everyone thought he had more in the tank, but he decided to just give it up because of the pounding RB's take during their career's.


    I think in Lewis' case, he wont be walking out on a Browns Superbowl next year.
    I think Tiki's retirement helped the Giants more than it hurt them. Every time he opened his mouth, he threw his team under the bus.

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  • CTM
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    Originally posted by broncsfan21 View Post
    The shelf life of a bruiser back is a short one
    Shoot look at Tiki Barber, everyone thought he had more in the tank, but he decided to just give it up because of the pounding RB's take during their career's.


    I think in Lewis' case, he wont be walking out on a Browns Superbowl next year.

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  • broncsfan21
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    Originally posted by JohnElwayFan View Post
    He is 30 years old and he plans to retire after this season?

    This is quite amusing.
    The shelf life of a bruiser back is a short one

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  • JohnElwayFan
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    He is 30 years old and he plans to retire after this season?

    This is quite amusing.

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  • broncsfan21
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    Originally posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    He's a POS.

    Remember his stint in prison?

    Also, I will never forget how he said "Art's a great guy."
    You care too much about character issues people have. He hasn't done anything since his punishment, which is the point of our legal system. So let it go. He has been an above average back for the majority of his career, good stats, one superb season, and one nice shiny ring.

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  • CTM
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    Lewis was an absolute beast earlier in his career. RB's in general just lose their explosiveness as they get older, and Lewis definitely lost a step his last two years in Bmore and since then.

    He's one of 5 backs to go over 2000 yards in a season which is quite an elite group, sorry to see him go.

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  • Charlie Brown
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    Originally posted by Peerless View Post
    Look at the facts:


    The guy is 30 and I'm sure is financially secure. He has nothing more to prove.
    He's a POS.

    Remember his stint in prison?

    Also, I will never forget how he said "Art's a great guy."

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  • Charlie Brown
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    Originally posted by SheerCold View Post
    Charlie Brown, do you want Cleveland do draft a RB next year?
    That may be a smart move.

    But, at the same time I really want Eric Berry.

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  • MorenoFan27
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    Maybe the Browns should have traded Quinn for those two first rounders that the Vikings proposed to them back in 2008

    OR maybe they should have traded Braylon Edwards for Ronnie Brown.

    OR maybe they shouldnt have traded down to draft a Center

    OR maybe they should have drafted Sanchez

    OR maybe they Shouldnt have hired Mangini

    Any of these suggestions would make my sundays more enjoyable. Cause Being in Ohio I Get to watch the Browns every week.

    EDIT: I mean if they would have traded Quinn and Rodgers for cutler it be funner to watch. Even with Cutlers performance this year would have them better then 1-6.
    Last edited by MorenoFan27; 11-01-2009, 08:42 PM.

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  • Spice 1
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    Originally posted by SheerCold View Post
    Charlie Brown, do you want Cleveland do draft a RB next year?
    Maybe they can draft a quarter back, and bench him for Derrick Anderson. That's a proven method.

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  • SheerCold
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    Charlie Brown, do you want Cleveland do draft a RB next year?

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  • Peerless
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    Look at the facts:
    Super Bowl ring

    2000+ yard rusher

    Pro Bowl

    AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year
    The guy is 30 and I'm sure is financially secure. He has nothing more to prove.

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  • Charlie Brown
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    Originally posted by BRONCOS_OWN_U16 View Post
    its sad that charlie browns favorite brown jamal lewis is about to retire.
    Especially since I hated him from the beginning and still do not care for him.

    He should be benched for Jerome Harrison anyway.

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