Importance of trading Brown

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  1. fitantitans

    fitantitans This space For Rent

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    Number one, I predicted after last season that Brown probably would not be on our roster in 2006. I don't want to repeat what people thought of that comment back then!!!!!
    But anyway, if we do not trade Brown, what kind of attitude is he going to be bringing to camp if he does not want to be here? This team had leadership problems last year, we don't need anyone else disrupting the locker room.
    If Brown wants to go, we need to trade him for whatever we can get and as soon as possible. We don't need him in our locker room. Just pack up all of his Ace bandages, hot compresses, splints, cold packs, braces, bandaids and <i>excuses</i> and drop him off at the airport.

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  2. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    he hasn't left yet so those comments are valid until he is gone.
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  3. TitanJeff

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    Players try to better their situation all the time. Brown is no different. I think Brown will be on the roster unless someone is willing to give up something big for him.
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  4. MadAboutMcNair

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    Yeah, I just don't see us trading him either. I think Reese would only do it if someone was willing to overpay for him. And I just can't imagine anyone wanting to give away the farm for Chris Brown.
    I hope he can at least play in 8-10 games this year for us and run for 1,000 yds.
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  5. moose4now

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    But, why have a player around if he doesn't want to be there.

    It's counter-poductive.
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  6. rcarie

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    I could see us getting draft picks for him.... Maybe a third rounder but more likely a fourth.
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  7. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    I think it would need to be significantly higher than what the Titans would get with a comp pick.
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  8. this stinks cause chris brown and lendale white, could have been a very effective combo, but since he doesnt want to be here, i dont think he will put up big numbers this season at all
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  9. Titans2004

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    Brown has never ever been anything close to a locker room cancer or malcontent. He could have easily complained about EG getting carries when he was at the end of his career and not as effective. He could have complained about the Titans bringing in Henry last yr. Brown doesn't have the personality to be a major distraction. Honestly I think it annoys Fisher how laid back Brown is and how he is always smiling on the sideline with that I just took a toke grin. Until I actually hear Brown say something negative this is all on his agents.
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  10. RollTide

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    Brown wouldn't have been a problem....

    Or should i say will not be since he is still with us.

    This is a contract year for him. It would do brown no good to cause any problems.
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