Finally, a player who says what I wish they all would. From the News Tribune.com:
"Josh Brown could complain about being the Seattle Seahawks’ franchise player. He could whine about not yet getting a long-term deal. He could treat the franchise tag as his sworn enemy, standard fare for NFL free agents in his position.
Instead, the kicker asks a real-world question: 'Where else am I going to go at the age of 28 and somebody is going to guarantee me $2 million? Nowhere.'"
That answer alone almost makes him worth the ticket price.