"I think the sky's the limit for us as long as we keep everybody healthy," Brown said. "We have a lot of star power, a lot of big-play ability. We can run the ball, establish the run, and also set that up for big plays down the field. It's just about going out and executing every week."
"I think I still have another level to reach," Brown said. "Coming off my best season as a pro last year, I'm looking to build off that. Besides my own personal goals, I'm doing what I can do to get this team to the Super Bowl and get us all a ring. That's what we play this game for. You don't play it to get as much money as you can, you play it to get to that big game."
According to a source with knowledge of his contract, here's a breakdown of Brown's $53.4 million contract, which contains up to $21 million in guaranteed money, $15 million of which is fully guaranteed.
Signing Bonus: $12.5 million
2013: $2.5 million (fully guaranteed)
2014: $6 million (guaranteed for injury only)
2015: $7 million
2016: $7 million
2017: $9.65 million
2018: $9.75 million