Jeremy Igo

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  1. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    Nope, took a personal day off. Not sure what was up.
  2. Panthers bring back Blackburn

    Looked for him, didn't see him. Must have been a one year internship deal.
  3. Huddle Exclusive: KK Short Discusses Desserts

    You really can learn a lot about a person in this question. KK goes with two very filling very satisfying desserts. No fluff. No creme or whipped topping BS. Just gets down to business. Fua's favorite was coconut creme, btw.
  4. As always, the Huddle is not afraid to ask the questions that need to be asked, no matter how controversial. Listen to KK Short at last reveal his favorite desserts.
  5. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    They basically just stretch and kick a few balls here and there away from the action. Swayze is a little fella, I can tell u that.
  6. Carolina Panthers 2016 OTA's kicked off this morning. Here are a few notes and photos worth seeing. The Panthers recently picked up a familiar training camp name, Marcus Lucas. Lucas transitioned to tight end from receiver last year. This year he looks more the part, having gained plenty of muscle. Andrew Norwell and Trai Turner are now entering their third year. This is the year many offensive line players start to come into their own. Considering their outstanding play over the past two seasons, it is hard to imagine they have yet to hit their ceiling. Cam Newton was sporting a new headband this morning. Instead of the typical elastic type, this one ties at the back. This is the kind of hard hitting journalism you have grown to expect from this site. Also.... Newton still goofs off a bit in drills, a disappointment to anyone hoping for a more solemn Cam Newton after the Superbowl loss. Wide receiver Stephen Hill showed up with a new mouthpiece and new abilities. Hill caught the ball very well, something he struggled with in the past. I did not personally see one drop from him on the day, when last year there were multiple every practice. GM Dave Gettleman attended practice despite having knee surgery recently. Gettleman had no brace, but did have a cane. Bene Benwikere did not practice with the team. He is recovering from a fractured leg still. However, he was catching balls on the sideline after practice. This was a very promising sign. Rookie nickel Zack Sanchez also stayed to catch a few balls and spending time around Bene. This could only help Sanchez's development. The last person off of the field was none other than Stephen Hill. He spent more time catching passes and talking to coaches than any other receiver. Read into that what you will. Random Notes: - Kurt Coleman and Tre Boston were the starting safeties most of the day, with Coleman actually playing the strong safety position frequently. This is something to keep an eye on. - James Bradberry and Robert McClain started at corner for the most amount of time. However, many different combinations were used throughout the day. Everyone is getting a look. It appears to be truly an open competition. - Brenton Bersin continues to make play after play after play across the middle. He may have been the best receiver on the field today. Haters, continue hating. - Daryl Williams and Mike Remmers split time at starting right tackle. This is one of the more intriguing camp competitions to watch this year. - Receiver Norwood had a nice grab today over Robert MClain. There is a serious logjam for that 5th receiver position, and it won't be getting loosened up any time soon. The decision will likely come down to the 4th preseason game. - The running back pecking order has not changed since last season. Artis-Payne and Wegher both appear to have their work cut out for them again behind Stewart, Whitaker and Tolbert. View full article
  7. Carolina Panthers 2016 OTA's kicked off this morning. Here are a few notes and photos worth seeing. The Panthers recently picked up a familiar training camp name, Marcus Lucas. Lucas transitioned to tight end from receiver last year. This year he looks more the part, having gained plenty of muscle. Andrew Norwell and Trai Turner are now entering their third year. This is the year many offensive line players start to come into their own. Considering their outstanding play over the past two seasons, it is hard to imagine they have yet to hit their ceiling. Cam Newton was sporting a new headband this morning. Instead of the typical elastic type, this one ties at the back. This is the kind of hard hitting journalism you have grown to expect from this site. Also.... Newton still goofs off a bit in drills, a disappointment to anyone hoping for a more solemn Cam Newton after the Superbowl loss. Wide receiver Stephen Hill showed up with a new mouthpiece and new abilities. Hill caught the ball very well, something he struggled with in the past. I did not personally see one drop from him on the day, when last year there were multiple every practice. GM Dave Gettleman attended practice despite having knee surgery recently. Gettleman had no brace, but did have a cane. Bene Benwikere did not practice with the team. He is recovering from a fractured leg still. However, he was catching balls on the sideline after practice. This was a very promising sign. Rookie nickel Zack Sanchez also stayed to catch a few balls and spending time around Bene. This could only help Sanchez's development. The last person off of the field was none other than Stephen Hill. He spent more time catching passes and talking to coaches than any other receiver. Read into that what you will. Random Notes: - Kurt Coleman and Tre Boston were the starting safeties most of the day, with Coleman actually playing the strong safety position frequently. This is something to keep an eye on. - James Bradberry and Robert McClain started at corner for the most amount of time. However, many different combinations were used throughout the day. Everyone is getting a look. It appears to be truly an open competition. - Brenton Bersin continues to make play after play after play across the middle. He may have been the best receiver on the field today. Haters, continue hating. - Daryl Williams and Mike Remmers split time at starting right tackle. This is one of the more intriguing camp competitions to watch this year. - Receiver Norwood had a nice grab today over Robert MClain. There is a serious logjam for that 5th receiver position, and it won't be getting loosened up any time soon. The decision will likely come down to the 4th preseason game. - The running back pecking order has not changed since last season. Artis-Payne and Wegher both appear to have their work cut out for them again behind Stewart, Whitaker and Tolbert.
  8. Carolina Panthers OTA thread - May 24

    He is not.
  9. The first Carolina Panthers OTA session of 2016 is this morning. This is the first time the media has seen the NFC Champs on the field doing football related activities since the Superbowl. I will be there, follow @Carolinahuddle on twitter for photos and such. Please use this thread for other tweets, thoughts, this, that, the other.
  10. OTAs start Tuesday

    I don't think tweeting during practice will be allowed. At least it was not last year.
  11. -Game of Thrones-HBO-

    Hold my dick Hold my dick Holdmydick Holdmadick Holmadick Holdick Holdick.... Holdick..... Holdick...
  12. Shaq Thompson Involved In Head on Collision

    Yep. Have been plenty of mornings I have woken up just as drunk as I went to sleep. Seems like a costly lesson but could have been worse.