Jeremy Igo

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  1. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    The Early Bird....

    time to get at it. 
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  2. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Training Camp Notes and Photos - Day 2
    Not a great day for photos, but the day did yield some things worth seeing. 
     
    First off, Kelvin Benjamin continues to impress. This long reception from Cam Newton over Carrington Byndom put an exclamation point on his day. Kelvin has been catching the ball very well, with very few drops. 

     
    Shaq Thompson has been very quiet in team drills. There is no bad news, but there is no good news on that front. In drills, however, it is easy to see how athletic he is. He moves exactly like that linebacker/safety hybrid he was billed as. It remains to be seen how this will translate on game days 

    I am really impressed with Brandon Wegher's speed. Once he hits a hole he bursts out as quickly as any running back I have ever seen. Keep an eye on this kid, he could be a sleeper to make the practice squad or more. 

    Jordan Todman took the field again after missing some time yesterday. He is in direct competition with Wegher for a roster spot, but Todman's experience returning kicks will most likely give him the edge. 

    Kurt Coleman has been very impressive in camp so far. He spent some time in the strong safety position today with Roman Harper sliding over to free safety. He made a really nice adjustment on a poorly thrown Cam Newton ball intended for Greg Olsen and made the interception. No comment on the socks... 

    After being Captain America yesterday, Today Cam was Spiderman. Tomorrow.... Ironman? 

    A funny moment occurred after practice as the linebackers practiced catching interceptions. Kelvin Benjamin strolled through their drill casually and purposefully, taking his time. 
     

    Kelvin was notified by Thomas Davis that it would be the last time he did that, as Kelvin just grinned. 
     
    Other thoughts not pictured- 
    - Ted Ginn was very impressive today. His TD reception over Josh Norman was something the Panthers could have surely used early last season. Norman was a good five or six yards yards behind Ginn. 
    - Up until now the offense has been winning the training camp battle, which is typically how it works. It will likely be a different story on Sunday when the pads are on. 
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  3. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Training Camp Notes and Photos - Day 2
    Not a great day for photos, but the day did yield some things worth seeing. 
     
    First off, Kelvin Benjamin continues to impress. This long reception from Cam Newton over Carrington Byndom put an exclamation point on his day. Kelvin has been catching the ball very well, with very few drops. 

     
    Shaq Thompson has been very quiet in team drills. There is no bad news, but there is no good news on that front. In drills, however, it is easy to see how athletic he is. He moves exactly like that linebacker/safety hybrid he was billed as. It remains to be seen how this will translate on game days 

    I am really impressed with Brandon Wegher's speed. Once he hits a hole he bursts out as quickly as any running back I have ever seen. Keep an eye on this kid, he could be a sleeper to make the practice squad or more. 

    Jordan Todman took the field again after missing some time yesterday. He is in direct competition with Wegher for a roster spot, but Todman's experience returning kicks will most likely give him the edge. 

    Kurt Coleman has been very impressive in camp so far. He spent some time in the strong safety position today with Roman Harper sliding over to free safety. He made a really nice adjustment on a poorly thrown Cam Newton ball intended for Greg Olsen and made the interception. No comment on the socks... 

    After being Captain America yesterday, Today Cam was Spiderman. Tomorrow.... Ironman? 

    A funny moment occurred after practice as the linebackers practiced catching interceptions. Kelvin Benjamin strolled through their drill casually and purposefully, taking his time. 
     

    Kelvin was notified by Thomas Davis that it would be the last time he did that, as Kelvin just grinned. 
     
    Other thoughts not pictured- 
    - Ted Ginn was very impressive today. His TD reception over Josh Norman was something the Panthers could have surely used early last season. Norman was a good five or six yards yards behind Ginn. 
    - Up until now the offense has been winning the training camp battle, which is typically how it works. It will likely be a different story on Sunday when the pads are on. 

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  4. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Kelvin and Devin , Devin and Kelvin
    Last season, then rookie Kelvin Benjamin was selected to get in special reps with Cam Newton away from the other players. Typically, they would go over end zone routes or fine tune a few things here or there.
    Well, that trend is happening again this year, but they have added one more participant. 
    Devin Funchess

    During Saturday's training camp session, Kelvin and Devin joined Cam Newton on the opposite field to work together away from the rest of the team. 
     
    They caught extra passes from Cam Newton while running various routes, and then spoke to Newton about them. 

     
     

     
    Small adjustments were made, and the routes run again. 
     
    During one of the drills, Funchess had a chance to show off his vertical while going for an overthrown ball. I found it fairly impressive. 
     

    I realize this may not seem like much, but it could be early signs of a Kelvin/Devin duo taking over the receiving corps.
     
    Stay tuned. 
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  5. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Kelvin and Devin , Devin and Kelvin
    Last season, then rookie Kelvin Benjamin was selected to get in special reps with Cam Newton away from the other players. Typically, they would go over end zone routes or fine tune a few things here or there.
    Well, that trend is happening again this year, but they have added one more participant. 
    Devin Funchess

    During Saturday's training camp session, Kelvin and Devin joined Cam Newton on the opposite field to work together away from the rest of the team. 
     
    They caught extra passes from Cam Newton while running various routes, and then spoke to Newton about them. 

     
     

     
    Small adjustments were made, and the routes run again. 
     
    During one of the drills, Funchess had a chance to show off his vertical while going for an overthrown ball. I found it fairly impressive. 
     

    I realize this may not seem like much, but it could be early signs of a Kelvin/Devin duo taking over the receiving corps.
     
    Stay tuned. 

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  6. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Stephen Hill Injury Photos
    Stephen Hill went up for a ball that was thrown slightly behind him and landed awkwardly. He did not collide with anyone. 
    He immediately grabbed the back of his knee, which made me think it was a ligament torn. I can tell you the amount of pain Hill was in was obvious. 

    Gettleman came over to check in as the docs worked on him. 

     
    Whenever an injury happens, all the players take a knee in a prayer or reflection. All of them know it could be them on any day at any time. 

     
    Thomas Davis came over and gave some encouragement. If anyone on the team can offer compassion and understanding for a leg injury, it is Thomas Davis. 

    Hill was unable to walk on his own and was carted off. 

     
    Really tough thing to watch, but it is part of the game and the story of the day. Hopefully Hill can recover and continue his career. 
     
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  7. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    That Look......
    You know when you and your buddies go to a bar, and someone is just talking your ear off about this and that and you want nothing to do with the conversation, so you look over at your guys like will you please just get me out of here? 
     
    Well....
     
     
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  8. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Stephen Hill injured, fairly serious   

    could be a broken leg. You can usually walk on ACL. He was lifted to the cart. 
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  9. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Stephen Hill injured, fairly serious
    Hill went up for a ball that was a bit behind him,  landed and screamed immediately.  He was attended to for about 10 minutes before carted off. 
    Looked like a torn acl, mcl,  or both to my eyes from the way he landed and the amount of pain he expressed. 
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  10. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Peter King is here today.
    Any words you would like me to convey for you?
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  11. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    The Huddle and BBR Partnering on Training Camp Coverage
    Carolina Huddle and Black and Blue Review are partnering up this season on training camp coverage. 
     
    You will start to see some Huddle content on BBR and vice versa. 
     
    Huddlers are encouraged to visit http://www.blackandbluereview.com for additional training camp updates 
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  12. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Rookie Report - Day 1
    Each day during Carolina Panthers training camp I will be giving a few observations on how some of the Panthers rookies are shaping up according to their performance that day. Not all rookies will be discussed, as I only have a single set of eyeballs. 
    Offensive Tackle Daryl Williams seems to have improved since OTAs. This may be because contact is allowed now, giving a guy like Williams his full arsenal to work with. 
    Williams was able to get out of his stance quicker, kick that back foot and not letting speedy defensive ends around him as easily. 

    Ron Rivera watched on as Williams demonstrated his improved technique. 

    Note: Daryl Williams spent time in drills on the right AND the left side. A sign of things to come? Could be. 
    Cameron Artis-Payne had the crowds in the stands and on the lawn pretty excited. He showed a really nice second gear once he got past the defensive line. He also covered up and protected the ball well. At this point you could not ask for much more from a rookie runningback. 

    Devin Funchess had a relatively quiet day. Nothing negative to report, but not much positive as well. He caught the ball well in drills, but did not have many opportunities in team drills. 
     
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  13. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Rookie Report - Day 1
    Each day during Carolina Panthers training camp I will be giving a few observations on how some of the Panthers rookies are shaping up according to their performance that day. Not all rookies will be discussed, as I only have a single set of eyeballs. 
    Offensive Tackle Daryl Williams seems to have improved since OTAs. This may be because contact is allowed now, giving a guy like Williams his full arsenal to work with. 
    Williams was able to get out of his stance quicker, kick that back foot and not letting speedy defensive ends around him as easily. 

    Ron Rivera watched on as Williams demonstrated his improved technique. 

    Note: Daryl Williams spent time in drills on the right AND the left side. A sign of things to come? Could be. 
    Cameron Artis-Payne had the crowds in the stands and on the lawn pretty excited. He showed a really nice second gear once he got past the defensive line. He also covered up and protected the ball well. At this point you could not ask for much more from a rookie runningback. 

    Devin Funchess had a relatively quiet day. Nothing negative to report, but not much positive as well. He caught the ball well in drills, but did not have many opportunities in team drills. 
     

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  14. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Norwell Picks Up Where He Left Off   

    More linemen from big schools with big lines, please. 
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