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Re: Troy Brown - free agent

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  • rogue35lk
    From what I understand, Troy was due to count $5 Million against the cap if he stayed (2.5 million base and 2.5 mil roster bonus). As much as I like Troy,
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 2, 2005
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      From what I understand, Troy was due to count $5 Million against the
      cap if he stayed (2.5 million base and 2.5 mil roster bonus). As
      much as I like Troy, that just wasn't going to happen.

      Hopefully, he and re-work something and end his career here, where
      he belongs.

      --- In patriotzip@yahoogroups.com, "Frank Northcutt"
      <frank.dana@c...> wrote:
      >
      > It's a sad changing, but inevitable, of the guard. I, for one,
      would
      > prefer to see him retire as a Patriot, rather than sign with
      someone
      > else. Purely selfish reasons. Is there anyone else who epitomizes
      the
      > Patriot spirit as Troy does? Is there anyone who was more of an
      > overachiever? Someone that just wouldn't give up, persevered,
      became
      > the face of this franchise; on and off the field? Doesn't seem
      like 12
      > years to me.
      > Farewell, old friend. Hope you come back to visit many times.
      You'll
      > get a hero's welcome; greeted by a rousing...
      >
      > BINGO!!!
      >
      > fdb
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