Jump to content

Jeremy Igo

MFCEO
  • Content count

    18,748
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    555

Jeremy Igo last won the day on June 5

Jeremy Igo had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

80,423 Fuggin Awesome

About Jeremy Igo

  • Rank
    Dig It
  • Birthday 04/26/1975

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Charlotte, NC
  • Interests
    Photography, Beer, Other Things

Social Stuff

  • Twitter Handle
    CarolinaHuddle
  • Facebook URL
    CarolinaHuddle
  • Instagram
    CarolinaHuddle

Recent Profile Visitors

78,040 profile views
  1. Armah was very involved with the first string offense throughout minicamp, and he looked damn good. Can't wait to see how his blocking has developed once the pads go on.
  2. Jeremy Igo

    CAP vs Barner

    Yeah, Hood looks like a reach to make the practice squad unless he figures out how to catch and hang on to the ball.
  3. Carolina did everything they possibly could to help Kelvin be motivated and become the receiver they hoped they drafted. Bottom line is he didn't ever have it within himself to do so. If he had just a drop of what Steve Smith had in determination he would have been an all pro receiver.
  4. Or... maybe he isn't interested in throwing his starting QB under the bus during their honeymoon period.
  5. Matt Kalil pulls to the right side and in doing so slams right into an unsuspecting Cam Newton. Cam his the turf like a bag of bricks and laid there for a bit. Everyone held their breathe. Haven't ever seen that in OTAs or minicamp before. You just never know.
  6. Jeremy Igo

    Mini Camp Day ThreeThread

    They do in practice. It's not like the trainers room is right inside the tunnel. It's about a half mile walk.
  7. Notice the feet. Kid has the twinkle toes of a vet.
  8. Jeremy Igo

    Bruh

    Read option with Cam, Armah, and CMC. Boing.
  9. Jeremy Igo

    Cam to CMC for 6

    Gaulden in coverage.
  10. Huge knock on wood. One thing I realized today is that Cam is getting rid of the ball quicker than I have ever seen. Gone are the days of 4 to 5 second passing plays. Most are out within 2-3 seconds. Apparently Norv is willing to address what has been so painfully obvious to us all for so long.
  11. Come to think of it I didn't see Torrey today at all.
  12. Hello there. How are you? I am fine. Here are a few of my random thoughts, observations, and photos after watching minicamp day 1. At this time last year, fullback Alex Armah was on the sideline for most of minicamp. He rarely saw the field. Today, he took a fair share of reps with the first string and also caught a few balls from Cam Newton. No drops. At this point I think it is safe to say that Norv has plans for this young man considering how many different looks he is getting in the offense. Curtis Samuel is still catching my eye day in and day out. The kid has real football speed. Sure, Damiere is a faster straight line runner, but I think Samuel's type of speed may translate to football better. It isn't track speed, it is field speed. Turning and getting yards quick. Thats what it is all about. Trai Turner had a big nastly looking brace on his knee today, but he did participate fully from what I can see. Rivera stated it is mainly a precaution for a sore knee, that appears to be the case. Happy Cam, Happy Fam Heavy emphasis on the pitch and catch to running backs in drills today. The play of the day was a long pass, probably 30 yards, from Cam Newton to Devin Funchess. Funchess was covered really well by Seymour, but was able to make the grab anyways. Gaulden was also there, but could not make the play. He spent some time playing against the 1's today with a mix of 1's and 2's on defense. McCaffrey took a few reps with the receivers in drills today and looked right at home. He honestly is as fluid and as good a route runner as anyone on the field. Random Observations and Thoughts.. - Bradberry and Serymour were the starting corners for most the day. - Gaulden actually looked pretty decent today while covering tight ends, including Olsen. That is great to see, considering that was the primary reason why he was drafted. - I don't know what to thin about Marquis Haynes. They lined him up in a typical 4-3 right end spot today and it did not look great. He gets handled so easily when contact is made. The size difference between himself and the OTs is striking. He looks more like a blitzing backer physically. - Seeing CMC and DJ Moore on the field together is great. I think they will compliment each other very well on end arounds and reverses. Who you want to cover? CMC or Moore? Take your pick. - Corn Elder spent time at nickel and also on the outside. No one is talking about him, but he could push Captain -
  13. I will be out there covering the happenings. Please use this thread for relevant tweets and updates. Follow me on the twitter website = @carolinahuddle
×