Sign a RB now
Sign a RB after cuts are made
No signing necessary - let Hillman, CJ and the UFAs get the work
Originally Posted by Draft Crazy
We are due. The last one we had was Kevin Kasper.
+10 points for a relevant Kevin Kasper mention
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After spending almost seven weeks on the shelf, Miami Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno can join training camp practices.
The team announced the back will has been taken off the physically unable to perform list on Wednesday after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in late June.
To be taken off PUP means the back passed a physical and can practice. Moreno's original recovery timetable was a month, but the running back didn't want to rush back.
Moreno signed a one-year, $3 million deal with the Dolphins this offseason.
There is little chance Moreno plays in the Dolphins' preseason opener this Friday against Atlanta, but getting him back on the field is a step in the right direction.
What does that have to do with our RB situation?
They say that love is more important than money, but have you ever tried to pay your bills with a hug?
lucas would like to know .
Thanks Crash ... ya know, stranger things have happened ... each time he was written off as a contributor to the Broncos, he bounced back, better than before ...
This would be his best comeback ;)
Originally Posted by 69bronco
whoops, I just have it in my head that he is available since they've gone RB early two years in a row.
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