Short term, I take Ryan at his word, which is hugely disappointing from a fellow Greene owner who expected that even with Tomlinson around a team that runs the ball 600 times in a year should have opportunities for a second-year rising star.
That said, long-term though, I still don't buy that Tomlinson can really handle a huge share of the load. The guy averaged 3.8 or less a carry the last two years and is only getting older. If Greene was still reasonably productive with Thomas Jones around (one of last year's top scorers, obviously), then I can't see Tomlinson (a lesser back at this point) preventing Greene from eventually getting the bulk of the work there.
So basically, temper expectations. Look at Greene as more of a low-RB2 that you can sit based on matchups now. But I still think he'll have some value over the long haul.
In fairness, I'll link you straight to the counter-argument... Ask this guy, he loves how Tomlinson is 3 points better than Reggie Bush: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=471654
Also, help with mine: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=473343