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  2. Yea i understand i just think if you think a guy is talented enough to go in the first he should be ready to jump into the starting line up when you lose a player canceling the need to spend money on a free agent at that position
  3. Guess we will just have to disagree, I don't think Young is a good fit at all with Monk
  4. we'll trade up to get him in the second. it's the panther way.
  5. Agree, seems like the best one to me too. As lo my as we get a CB if free agency.
  6. ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    Wait is that supposed to be an ironic comic? I might not understand the tweet
  7. For real? I thought Harrison would be a good luck. What the he'l do I know though.
  8. ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    Was Nanuq the moron who said that the response to Russia is basically McCarthyism 2.0? Maybe they were onto something
  9. Initial Property Continues to Vex Libertarians

    Basically what I got out of this discussion is that libertarians like @twylyghtinvite government intervention on matters and transactions they like and condemn government intervention matter that they don't like. In other words it is just like every other ideology on the planet.
  10. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Um, a physical isn’t something you choose whether you pass or fail.
  11. Tidbits from my source

    nice going gettledumbass
  12. Draft Projection Round 7/PFA Bottom Line Sullivan has decent size and has been a consistent contributor since his freshman season, but his average instincts and inability to stay in phase prevents him from making more plays on the ball. Sullivan isn't overly fast or physical and may need to play well at the Senior Bowl to help him prove he's an NFL-caliber talent. -Lance Zierlein http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/chandon-sullivan?id=2559805
  13. Seems like an interesting late round/UDFA type guy but what we need is a starting caliber CB.
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  15. http://draftanalyst.com/pro-day-march-17-chandon-sullivancbgeorgia-state
  16. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Anything requiring a skin graft is a bit more than a cut...
  17. Unable to participate in the Georgia State pro-day the day after the combine due to a minor hamstring injury, Chandon Sullivan took the field today for ten teams. The Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs were just a few of the teams on hand today. Sullivan, who still has some tightness in his hamstring, ran the forty in times which ranged from 4.48s to 4.51s. That’s a marked improvement from his combine time of 4.60s. He timed 7s in the 3 cone, touched 40 inches in the vertical jump (40.5 inches at the combine) and reached 11-feet-2-inches in the broad jump, tying his mark from Indianapolis. Sullivan was then put through positional drills by the San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles. The senior entered the season without being graded by NFL scouts but now stands as a solid last day pick. He’s drawing heavy interest from the Carolina Panthers and Los Angeles Rams.
  18. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Breeland at his physical
  19. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    I could have compound fractures in both legs and I assure you I'd act like it was "no big deal" if it was standing between me and a multi-million dollar contract.
  20. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Our doctors when they saw that foot
  21. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Voth is saying the PC thing here, but I'm betting both sides have no interest in revisiting. Breeland obviously thinks the injury is no big deal and I'm sure the Panthers feel misled by Breeland not disclosing what their doctors (and frankly any doctor) would think. And that delay obviously cost them the opportunity to negotiate with other players that have since signed contracts. It's an unfortunate situation, but Breeland screwed himself and only has himself to blame. I think he will ultimately sign a 1 year incentive laden deal and try again for FA next year
  22. Bill Voth on Breeland coming back

    Yea so not sure how this could be spun against us in any way shape or form. You can't just show up to sign a good contract with a fuged up foot that needs a skin graft and be like "oh yea that, had me a cut"..."stubbed it ya know"...."the usual 4 month stubbed foot cut recovery time".
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