Wow, the Browns. Really? This guy deserves better.
Proud Ute who is making Ute nation even prouder!Go Utes!
ouch, the browns...this was definitely about the $$$$
I sometimes feel winning the Super Bowl is a loss.A winning team
can't pay the salary to keep the winning talent.That's why
teams seldom win two super bowls in a row.
Wow! The Ravens gave Kruger his opportunity in football, and a Super Bowl
championship.For the love of money, there is no loyalty, and you
leave.I'm proud of players like John Elway, Dan Marino, Micky
Mantle, Steve Young, Walter Payton, Mike Ditka, etc, who stayed loyal with their
teams.Our expectations of proud varies.
My expectation of proud does not vary. NFL is about MONEY. Rules much different
regarding free agency in the modern game. You can pick players of whom your
proud, I can name many more times when a team chewed up and spit out a
"loyal" player. This is a time to celebrate hard work, talent, and
congratulate Mr. Kruger on a job well done! May he bring similar success to the
great city of Cleveland!
Good luck Paul! Hope he helps lead the Browns back.@worfGive it a rest, it's a business just ask Dwight Freeney:"After an 11-year marriage between Dwight Freeney and the Indianapolis
Colts that has included over 100 sacks, two Super Bowl appearances and one NFL
championship, it appears the seven-time Pro Bowler's time in Indy is now
officially over. There is an outside chance that he returns, but he will almost
assuredly command more money on the free-agent market than the Colts are willing
Amazed--so the fans, team, organization, and city are just business
associates?That's how it is.For me, pep rallies are
Well, I only was able to root for the Ravens once last year. Against the Niners.
But moving to the Browns isn't much better.
Good think he got his ring this year because it'll be a warm January day in
Cleveland before he sees one with the Browns. Is LeBron's house still for
Congrats on the contract Paul.NFL careers are short. He has a ring,
the Ravens would not pay market price for his talent.Capitalize
while you can.I hope he has a solid financial advisor, too many NFL
guys end up in the poor house.