Griffith as a stop gap safety?

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  1. rittenhouserobz

    rittenhouserobz Hall of Fame

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    The Browns released a SS today that appears to be able to play a couiple more years. Would he be a good fit in the Texans plans or would it hurt Glen Earl too much. I think Earl could learn from the guy and we would have two good SS. My next question is what would we do with Eric Brown? article
     
  2. ArlingtonTexan

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    Earl started half the year and played better than Eric Brown. I saw nothing in Earl's performance that said his grwoth needs to be retarded by bringing a guy at the end of his career.
     
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    Grittith has never played the same since he left the vikings. not to mention that he is older than dirt in football years.
     
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    Remember, we'll have Ramon Walker back this year also. The combination of Ramon Walker and Glenn Earl is certainly promising enough to give a chance this season.
     
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    Thats true I forgot how good Ramone was getting before the injury. When he blocked that FG against NE I was on the Walker wagon. I wonder if Brown is going to around much longer.
     

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