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Call me crazy...Braylon?

Discussion in 'Browns Talk' started by JMcCurry08, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. JMcCurry08

    JMcCurry08 NBA Starter

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    But i'm not opposed to bringing Braylon Edwards in. We need help at the WR position and he needs to get his career resurrected and i'm sure no one is going after him. If we get him on a cheap deal, he can be our deep threat for Weeden or McCoy

    What do you guys think
     
  2. Phills14

    Phills14 Cleveland Cavaliers Fan Staff Member

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    Crazy
     
  3. Nicky

    Nicky Swayze

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    Insane!
     
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    MoFlo Administrator Staff Member

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    You're crazy.
     
  5. AZ_

    AZ_ Hall-of-Famer

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    Oddly not the worst idea you've ever had.

    But yeah, it's still a dumb idea.

    Braylon's talent is long gone after a bunch of injuries. I'd be shocked if he passes a physical.

    And while you view the NFL like Madden 95, I'd really like to see how hard he laughs when someone asks him to come back to Cleveland. He hated it here, the loathing was mutual with fans.
     
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    Thanks JMac...
     
  7. Amherstcavsfan

    Amherstcavsfan Duh

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    Healthy or not, he's a garbage player and a garbage teammate.

    No way in hell.
     
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  8. JMcCurry08

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    Okay close the thread now
     
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    You have displayed your deranged, demented, wacky, crazed and totally flipped out side with this suggestion.

    Yes, you are totally bonkers. :chuckles:
     
  10. MoneyForGyros

    MoneyForGyros 3rd String.

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    You and this idea of yours is ape, barmy, bats in the belfry, batty, berserk, bonkers*, cracked, crazed, cuckoo, daft, delirious, demented, deranged, dingy*, dippy, erratic, flaky, flipped, flipped out, freaked out, fruity, idiotic, insane, kooky, lunatic, mad, mad as a March hare, mad as a hatter, maniacal, mental*, moonstruck, nuts, nutty, nutty as fruitcake, of unsound mind, out of one's mind, out of one's tree, out to lunch, potty, psycho, round the bend, schizo, screw loose, screwball, screwy, silly, touched*, unbalanced, unglued, unhinged, unzipped, wacky
     
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  11. Phills14

    Phills14 Cleveland Cavaliers Fan Staff Member

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    That took a long time to write, didn't it?
     
  12. Backstage

    Backstage A winning record? Pshaw!

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    Probably not as long as it took him to copy/paste it directly from thesaurus.com.
     
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  13. I.K.W.T

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    You should be admitted to a psychiatric hospital.
     
  14. DaNewCavs

    DaNewCavs In the Rotation

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    Hey, while we're at it, why don't we bring Lebron back.
     
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    Can LeBron play wide out? :chuckles:
     
  16. Urban

    Urban September 14

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    Probably better than Braylon
     
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    You so crazy! I think I wanna have your baby..
     
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    I'm going to guess no.
     
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    I wouldn't be opposed to it to be honest.

    But, I think Braylon would rather retire now than play for the Browns again.
     
  20. elcheato

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    Nothing to do with Braylon but if an impact receiver becomes available, they need to pursue that receiver with a 2nd or 3rd round pick. We have a pretty solid line now and our franchise QB and RB. Just need to get another receiver to pair with Little and the offense could be good. I would not have supported trading a high pick for a receiver last year or before the draft, but now it's our one true need on offense. Need to get Weeden another weapon.
     

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