they kept him on the roster all season, so they must like him, right?
He showed well last pre-season, albeit against 2nd and 3rd stringers, but he looked the part and the staff likes him. Iím hoping he leap frogs Pulley in the grand scheme of things, but highly unlikely because of experience.
There's no dead money after 19. To say he's part of their long term plans is quite a stretch. They probably thought that Brown wasn't ready for prime time in 18.
Center is really wide open. May the best man win.
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