Will 2010 Be Ronnie Brown’s Last Season With The Miami Dolphins?

July 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After the Miami Dolphins selected Ronnie Brown with the second overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, both the team and its fans had images of a bruising, yet elusive running back who could quickly erase the burning memories of Ricky Williams.
Five years later, however, Brown has played just one full season, rushed for 1,000 yards only once, and earned one, lone Pro Bowl selection.
In fact, the man he was brought in to replace, Williams, has returned from exile to steal carries and perform on par with Brown.
Not quite what the Dolphins and their fans had in mind.
Still, Brown has managed to grow into the face of Miami's franchise, and is easily the team's most popular player. Despite his many injuries, Brown has managed to produce at a solid level, and Williams' presence has eased Brown's workload.
But his inability to stay healthy and lackluster production might overshadow his popularity and production, leaving Brown on his way out of Miami after the 2010 season....

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