Actually, this guy has carried the "potential" label too long for my satisfaction. He always had great potential: He is huge, fast, monster hands, etc. But he is kind of the opposite of a "grinder" which is what this team prefers. He is more of a Prima donna, and that was before he suffered this serious injury. I don't know how much heart he will have after this kind of injury. For league minimum, I'd be OK with taking a chance, but nothing more. But if he does return to any where near his potential, can you imagine a D having to worry about Brown, Bell, Miller, Finley, Blount, Archer and Wheaton? That would be fun stuff.