Andre Brown has been cut, re-signed and placed on injured reserve enough times to understand that nothing comes easy in the NFL. That being said, entering an offseason where he feels 100 percent healthy and has racked up two 100 yard games out of the five he's played, he could have a few potential suitors on hand once he hits the market. Although Brown did not want to get into specifics, he said he has considered his best case scenarios and hopes that he can return to the Giants next season. "I mean, yeah, of course," Brown told The Star-Ledger Wednesday. "Storybook, I'd be here but the situation is the situation. I don't really want to discuss it, you know, it is what it is. It's going to be what it's going to be, so I just go ahead and let God deal with it." Brown, who will be 27 next season, has suffered a fractured leg twice and ruptured an Achilles. After bouncing off short-term injured reserve, though, he's been able to show some durability.
Andre Brown says 'storybook' scenario would have him back with Giants in 2014
Newark Star-Ledger | Dec 12