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    Ii think the eagles have something in bryce brown

    I hate the birds, but damn, this kid can run, he's gonna be really good once he learns how to hold onto the ball.

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    He is exactly what we thought David Wilson was going to be. An explosive athletic speed RB with fumbling issues. Except, he looks like he has better vision then Wilson in the brief playtime they have had.
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    He would also be buried in depth if it weren't for ****ty mccoy getting injured...


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    Quote Originally Posted by gmenfan0488 View Post
    I hate the birds, but damn, this kid can run, he's gonna be really good once he learns how to hold onto the ball.
    It's hard to tell he went up against two of the worst run defenses I seen in a while.

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    The issue with Bryce Brown is off the field stuff. He was a five star recruit out of high school, the highest rated HB in the country (above trent richardson who was also a five star). Also was heralded as the best HB in the past 5 years (Adrian Peterson was the one 5 years ago).

    He got more than 50 scholarship offers, He then had his own "handler" named Brian Butler. The two verbally committed to miami, then decided that instead they would pick five schools to chose from, Since he was acting a fool, most of the major schools who had offered scholarships pulled them, including miami. Brown ended up going to tennessee, but since he was a backup his freshman year, he got fed up with the school and transfered to Kansas State.

    At Kansas State he played for one year, all the while he was constantly being watched by the NCAA because rumors of him taking money had been with him since high school. He instead declared for the draft, where he did not even receive a combine invite.

    There are all sorts of stories of him being a major prima donna and a lot of the nfl teams had no interest at all in working with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    The issue with Bryce Brown is off the field stuff. He was a five star recruit out of high school, the highest rated HB in the country (above trent richardson who was also a five star). Also was heralded as the best HB in the past 5 years (Adrian Peterson was the one 5 years ago).

    He got more than 50 scholarship offers, He then had his own "handler" named Brian Butler. The two verbally committed to miami, then decided that instead they would pick five schools to chose from, Since he was acting a fool, most of the major schools who had offered scholarships pulled them, including miami. Brown ended up going to tennessee, but since he was a backup his freshman year, he got fed up with the school and transfered to Kansas State.

    At Kansas State he played for one year, all the while he was constantly being watched by the NCAA because rumors of him taking money had been with him since high school. He instead declared for the draft, where he did not even receive a combine invite.

    There are all sorts of stories of him being a major prima donna and a lot of the nfl teams had no interest at all in working with him.
    He also chokes almost as much as the Eagles.

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    He faced a defense missing Ratliff, Lee, and Carter. All 3 were pro-bowlers before injuries. Congratulations he's so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
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    At Kansas State he played for one year, all the while he was constantly being watched by the NCAA because rumors of him taking money had been with him since high school. He instead declared for the draft, where he did not even receive a combine invite.

    There are all sorts of stories of him being a major prima donna and a lot of the nfl teams had no interest at all in working with him.
    Could you elaborate please. Do you mean theft? Or "on the side". Or otherwise. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayMillah View Post
    He faced a defense missing Ratliff, Lee, and Carter. All 3 were pro-bowlers before injuries. Congratulations he's so good.
    Agreed. Lee plays in that game and Brown gets stuffed...

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