The Cleveland LeBrowns?

Discussion in 'NFL' started by AJ_II, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. AJ_II

    AJ_II Well-Known Member

    I bet he would make a pretty solid tight end. Maybe a head-hunting free safety?


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  2. Aaron

    Aaron Moderator

    I'd try him out as a pass-rushing outside linebacker! :)
     
  3. Sirius01_8

    Sirius01_8 Member

    probably be a better receiver than Braylon Edwards, put him outside against those small corners.
     
  4. AJ_II

    AJ_II Well-Known Member

    I know we're talking about LeBron the football player as kind of a joke, but I'll bet he would actually be pretty good, whether it be a receiver, linebacker, safety, whatever. He's one of the most gifted atheletes I've ever seen, and no doubt he has the frame of a football player. I wonder if he played football in high school?
     
  5. Sirius01_8

    Sirius01_8 Member

    I don't believe so, b/c I don't Akron SVSM has a football team, they may I could be wrong, but the fact remains that while he was in HS his mom was getting paid a helluva lot of money by Nike to play basketball.
     
  6. DoublEE

    DoublEE Active Member

    You're very wrong. LeBron played at SVSM and has a highly recruited all state wide receiver. During his sophomore year at St. Vincent - St. Mary High School, he was named first-team all-state as a wide receiver in football, and in his junior year, he led his team to the state semifinals.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdMPNIgeuoQ]YouTube - LeBron James: High School Football[/ame]
     
  7. Sirius01_8

    Sirius01_8 Member

    I stand corrected then, sorry to post bad info.
     
  8. DoublEE

    DoublEE Active Member

    No problem. I didn't mean it to sound harsh. The "very wrong" part was in jest but I realize that's hard to read into. Hope you didn't take it the wrong way.:clueless:
     
  9. Sirius01_8

    Sirius01_8 Member

    nope no hard feelings here.
     
  10. goreds2

    goreds2 Well-Known Member

    Put him on special teams to block field goal attempts.
     

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