A Look Ahead: Does Ronnie Brown Have a Future With the Miami Dolphins?

March 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Putting his recent drinking and driving troubles aside, Ronnie Brown enters the 2010 season as a major question mark.
He's coming off of a Lisfranc fracture and a surgery that can take up to a year or more to fully recover from. That means Brown probably won't be 100 percent until around November. He'll hit the field before then, you can assume that much, but its a dangerous road to walk.
Because of the sensitivity of the injury, aggravating it is a major concern. If he were to re-fracture the foot his Dolphins career would essentially be over.
He received a $3.97 million tender as a restricted free agent this summer, but currently has no guarantees beyond this season. The long-term contract he's being seeking from the Dolphins for the last two years continues to elude him. 
While Miami's front office hasn't outright explained why they've been so unreceptive to the idea of extending Brown's contract, the reasoning is obvious: Bill Parcells and general ma...

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