jamal to browns? what does that mean to AP?

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  1. sportsguyla

    sportsguyla Rookie

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    pro foot ball today is saying that jamal lewis just signed with browns. Would they still draft Peterson?

    very interesting...
     
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    If true, id go with CJ. Just imagine, CJ, braylon, and K2...:drool:
     
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    mexican_texan Furry Tractors

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    I dont think Thomas will fall to them...
     
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    ESPN News just reported Lewis has agreed to terms with the Browns. Looks as though our chances of AD dropping to #8 just got a lot better.
     
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    If by AD you mean AP, maybe....:)
     
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    His nickname is AD, but his initials are AP, so i'll give it to you. ha.

    I think it's a mistake to go RB in the first round. We need to think about the future at the most important position on the football field..and his name is Brady Quinn.
     
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    i still think they will take AD. lewis just isnt a franchise back.
     


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    well done :joker:
     
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    Also seen several Mock Drafts lately that have the Vikings taking Peterson right before us at #7.
     
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    ahhh...hogwash!
     
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    i means that the browns will most likely trade thier 3rd overall pick
     
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    Think who is their running back. And if he is as good as everyone thinks he will be, no one other than San Diego and Kansas City should pass on him.
     
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    rollinstone18 let it bleed

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    Maybe, but they do have Reuben also. I don't think it'd be wise to spend a few more millions on another RB. Peterson, Droughns, and Lewis is a crowded backfield. Pending a trade, I think they go Thomas or Quinn/Russell.
     
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    this means nothing jamal lewis while being 28 isn't what i consider the premier franchise back anymore...why would you pass on adrian for a guy who has legal troubles...who recently has had trouble staying healthy...it would be like us passing on adrian just because we signed ahman green...no way would kubiak do that...he would just have a great two-headed monster for a couple of years
     
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    Personally, I don't think the Texans should draft any offensive player at #8. Thomas and C. Johnson are the only two exceptions, but that'll never happen. Keep building a solid foundation on the defensive side of the ball and draft Landry! Best choice IMO
     
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    Guys like CJ dont come along.....ever....They still have Ruben Droughns...
     
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    to us for david carr and our #8. I wish, but that won't happen.

    but think of the possibilities

    there is a high chance that we could end up with any one of these players.

    Joe Thomas
    CALVIN JOHNSON!!!
    Adrian Peterson
    Jamarcus Russell
    Brady Quinn
    Amobi Okoye

    and many more...:drool:
     
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    Peterson, Droughns, and Lewis.......may be worse than Detroit's WR situation
     

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