O, who has set my heart on a melancholy journey? 'Tis you, my strong-footed minstrel.
Dreamboat won't be floating in Elliott Bay next season.
(Sigh.) Who's gonna cover our kickoff returns now?
Thanks for the memories, J.B.
Update [2008-2-29 20:57:3 by Shrug]: But we'll still see him at Qwest once a year. According to the Seattle Times, Josh is now a St. Louis Ram. Be good to him, seattlesucks... (sniff, sniff).
I'm really not that broken up about it, actually, but there's no denying Dreamboat's place in Seahawks lore.
Update [2008-2-29 21:8:3 by Shrug]: 2: According to that Times article, the Seahawks allegedly offered Brown a deal that would have made him the highest-paid placekicker in NFL history.
Not that Dreamboat wouldn't try to earn every penny in that contract, but personally I think the Hawks just avoided a little financial bullet.