Ronnie Brown has been my favorite Dolphin player ever since he was drafted. I would really love to see Miami keep him for another year or two. First off, Brown is committed a Dolphin. He loves this team, his teammates, and is willing to take less money in order to stay a Dolphin. From what I have read, Brown is not expected to be back with Phins next year. You can say that age is getting the best of him, or that he is not what he used to be, or he is injury prone but he is still is something. Miami should draft a future RB in this draft, but keeping Brown would do us good. Look at CJ Spiller, he was put into the starting RB mix right away but never lived up to expectations this year. That is because there was no veteran presence. With Brown, he is a veteran and will help whichever RB comes to Miami. Miami simply can't let Brown go because of what he did this year. Look at the year before, 700 yards in 9 games before injury. I believe he still has that in him and if our run blocking can improve next year, he will excel. Can you blame Ronnie Brown for running the ball when there are 6 guys waiting for him before the line of scrimmage? Can you blame Ronnie Brown for Henning's predictable playbook? It was like every team knew when Miami will pass and run the ball. With Ricky most likely gone, why rely on Sheets and Hilliard? What have they proved? If Miami thinks that both sheets and Hilliard can do better than Brown, why didn't they try them out this year? Even if Sheets didn't get injured, I don't think Miami would have played him anyway except on special teams. Wherever Brown goes, I will support him. I hope it isn't New England. Nowadays, whenvever Miami let's a good guy walk, they go to AFC East rival.(Wes Welker(even though traded), Jason Taylor). With that said, Logan Mankins is a must look to get at free agency this year. I saw highlights of this guy and when you say that someone is a stud in run-blocking, that is Logan Mankins. He will improve our run blocking and if Brown is back, he will excel. I hope he is back!!
O BTW, i draft Brown in fantasy every year :)