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Thread: espn says shonn greene is as good as gone.

  1. #81
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    Thanks for your service Shonn. I think most have said it correct he could be a good player on the right team. Never great, but a good contributer. He is a good hammer if you have a shifty guy to tire out the defense, he can be very effective later in a game. Does not fumble. But he needs to be teamed with the right blocking scheme and complementary back.
    Certainly not to be paid as a lead back. If he can get the money good for him! Perfect guy to let go IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    First off, no team would give up a 2nd round pick for a slow RB who can't catch the ball. More like a 4th or 5th round pick at best.

    Second, the Jets will get nothing as he is a Free Agent.
    I would jump on you for this one but it looks like my boys already took care of it.

  3. #83
    that's some crack reporting by ESPN. I wonder what they have to say about Bart Scott?


    plenty of posters have nailed this one, Greene can be a contributor but has not shown he can be a featured back. He isn't worth bringing back on a team like the Jets with so many questions marks.

    Reminds me of Lamont Jordan, as a back-up he was a great pick, as a starter, not so much.

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