Congratulations, you now have the technological expertise to turn one man into a robot. Of course, since you are reading this blog, you choose to use your new-found powers the only way it makes sense - you will turn a Miami Dolphins player into a permanent fixture on the roster. Who will be your RoboCop? (RoboPhin?)
The rules: (1) it has to be a current player - sorry, you can't bring Dan Marino or Ricky Williams back and turn them into a robot, nor can you bring back the Robot and turn him into Chad Henne - (2) you have to tell us why, and (3)the player you choose cannot be named Cameron Wake - sorry, way too many people would pick him.
Going with my immediate reaction, I had two names come to mind. The first was punter Brandon Fields. The man is a weapon from the punter position. He single handedly changes field position simply by blasting a ball. He coffin corners the ball extrememly well, and he has the third-highest yards-per-punt average in NFL history.
However, I won't pick him because, well, because I am pretty certain he is actually already a robot. Either that or possibly super-human.
Instead, I will choose Brent Grimes. Grimes is already a freak of nature, shutting down receivers effortlessly. He tore his Achilles tendon and came back like it was nothing. Now, we will turn the Pro Bowl cornerback into a ball-hawking, lumber-laying interception machine. Well, into more of one than he already is.
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