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  1. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic SCPs Day 3 Training Camp Report   

    Felt bad for the fans today. Practices were on the far field away from their view. 
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  2. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Training Camp Notes and Photos Day 3
    On the way to the practice field, I noticed one player had a little something extra tucked in his sock. I respect that. Old School. 

    Kurt Coleman was out on the practice field early, catching balls from the tire machine. Coleman has looked solid over the weekend and could be a starting day 1 strong safety. 

    KK Short was on a bike again, unfortunately. 

    Star and Charles were working on some of the finer hand details of the position before the initial whistle blew. Younger players need to really pay attention to this. These guys are not fighting for a roster spot, yet they are out there early working on the minutia of the position. 

    Cam had another decent day today, although the protection he was getting was not ideal. 


    ... He was not wearing a superhero shirt today, sadly. 
     
    David Mayo looks the part of a middle linebacker. He has been fairly quiet in camp, however. 

    Fozzy Whitaker continues to get second string reps behind Jonathan Stewart. Whitaker looks like a solid option as a chance of pace back, but could get pushed by Cameron Artis-Payne and Brandon Wegher as camp continues. 

    Corey Brown has improved since a lackluster start of camp. He is still getting more first team reps than Ginn.  

    Thomas Davis was sure to let Jonathan Stewart know that it was him that tagged his fanny on a running play. Stewart laughed as Davis informed him. 

    The veterans on the team spend a lot of time in between series discussing the plays and the schemes. Pictured are three guys you will not find talking about vacation activities or the night's plans while on the practice field. These guys are 100% football in the moment. 

     
    Other Notes: 
    - Nate Chandler took most if not all of the second string left tackle reps. 
    - Overall, the defense had the upper hand today. I counted 6 "would be" sacks on Cam Newton. Many times the pass went on to be completed, but in an actual game situation it would have been a downed QB or a Cam Newton scramble. 
    - Mike Remmers looked solid on the right side of the line. My concern over that position is starting to go away. Solid protection against Charles Johnson. 
    - Defensive tackle Kyle Love has made plays in this camp. The Panthers could possibly opt for him over Colin Cole. 
    - Colin Jones made another great play on a Cam Newton pass today, nearly intercepting it. Jones has amazing closing speed that will keep in him in the mix for playing time.  
     
    Additional Articles From Today's Practice
    Oher Struggles Early
    Shaq Thompson Making Plays
    Also check out Thomas Davis' Visor
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  3. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers Training Camp Notes and Photos Day 3
    On the way to the practice field, I noticed one player had a little something extra tucked in his sock. I respect that. Old School. 

    Kurt Coleman was out on the practice field early, catching balls from the tire machine. Coleman has looked solid over the weekend and could be a starting day 1 strong safety. 

    KK Short was on a bike again, unfortunately. 

    Star and Charles were working on some of the finer hand details of the position before the initial whistle blew. Younger players need to really pay attention to this. These guys are not fighting for a roster spot, yet they are out there early working on the minutia of the position. 

    Cam had another decent day today, although the protection he was getting was not ideal. 


    ... He was not wearing a superhero shirt today, sadly. 
     
    David Mayo looks the part of a middle linebacker. He has been fairly quiet in camp, however. 

    Fozzy Whitaker continues to get second string reps behind Jonathan Stewart. Whitaker looks like a solid option as a chance of pace back, but could get pushed by Cameron Artis-Payne and Brandon Wegher as camp continues. 

    Corey Brown has improved since a lackluster start of camp. He is still getting more first team reps than Ginn.  

    Thomas Davis was sure to let Jonathan Stewart know that it was him that tagged his fanny on a running play. Stewart laughed as Davis informed him. 

    The veterans on the team spend a lot of time in between series discussing the plays and the schemes. Pictured are three guys you will not find talking about vacation activities or the night's plans while on the practice field. These guys are 100% football in the moment. 

     
    Other Notes: 
    - Nate Chandler took most if not all of the second string left tackle reps. 
    - Overall, the defense had the upper hand today. I counted 6 "would be" sacks on Cam Newton. Many times the pass went on to be completed, but in an actual game situation it would have been a downed QB or a Cam Newton scramble. 
    - Mike Remmers looked solid on the right side of the line. My concern over that position is starting to go away. Solid protection against Charles Johnson. 
    - Defensive tackle Kyle Love has made plays in this camp. The Panthers could possibly opt for him over Colin Cole. 
    - Colin Jones made another great play on a Cam Newton pass today, nearly intercepting it. Jones has amazing closing speed that will keep in him in the mix for playing time.  
     
    Additional Articles From Today's Practice
    Oher Struggles Early
    Shaq Thompson Making Plays
    Also check out Thomas Davis' Visor

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  4. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Jonathan Stewart remarks on Lee Ward....
    "He is a punisher." - Jonathan Stewart 
     
     
    Brought to you by the conductor of the Lee Ward hype train. 
     
    As you were.....
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  5. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Oher Struggling Early in Camp   

    There could be a real reason both his previous NFL teams had him on the right side. 
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  6. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Oher Struggling Early in Camp
    The Carolina Panthers hope to have upgraded the left tackle position over last year's starter Byron Bell. Bell struggled greatly against faster defensive ends who could quickly divert around him. 
    Bell's replacement, Michael Oher, appears to be having the same issue early in training camp. 
    Oher had a tough time today containing Mario Addison and Frank Alexander in the first practice where the players were in full pads. On more than one occasion, Cam Newton would have been sacked if not for the "QB off limits" rule in training camp. 
    The play of the day for the defensive line came from Mario Addison who was matching up against Oher. Addison was able to quickly move around Oher's left side and bat down a Cam Newton pass. While cheers came from the sidelines for the defense, the offensive coaching staff must be at least a little concerned. 
    Options at left tackle are extremely limited for the Panthers currently. The second string left tackle for the Panthers is currently Nate Chandler, who lost the left tackle position last season to Byron Bell. 
    Oher will need to improve, particularly against the speed rushers, if the Panthers offense plans on having an effective passing game this season. 
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  7. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Oher Struggling Early in Camp
    The Carolina Panthers hope to have upgraded the left tackle position over last year's starter Byron Bell. Bell struggled greatly against faster defensive ends who could quickly divert around him. 
    Bell's replacement, Michael Oher, appears to be having the same issue early in training camp. 
    Oher had a tough time today containing Mario Addison and Frank Alexander in the first practice where the players were in full pads. On more than one occasion, Cam Newton would have been sacked if not for the "QB off limits" rule in training camp. 
    The play of the day for the defensive line came from Mario Addison who was matching up against Oher. Addison was able to quickly move around Oher's left side and bat down a Cam Newton pass. While cheers came from the sidelines for the defense, the offensive coaching staff must be at least a little concerned. 
    Options at left tackle are extremely limited for the Panthers currently. The second string left tackle for the Panthers is currently Nate Chandler, who lost the left tackle position last season to Byron Bell. 
    Oher will need to improve, particularly against the speed rushers, if the Panthers offense plans on having an effective passing game this season. 

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  8. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    That Thomas Davis Visor...

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  9. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Shaq Thompson Making Plays
    Shaq Thompson has officially arrived at Panthers training camp. While being largely absent the first two practices, he started to come into his own on today's third practice. 

     
    During 7 on 7 drills, Thompson made a speedy break on a Cam Newton pass intended for Greg Olsen. Thompson batted the ball now, marking his first official play made in Panthers training camp. 

    One of Thompson's primary responsibilities will be to cover talented tight ends like Jimmy Graham (now in Seattle). Getting camp experience against pro bowler Greg Olsen can only accelerate his learning and adjusting to the pro game. 
    Thompson continued to impress throughout the day. Another play that sticks out in my mind is a very quick gap stop, halting Fozzy Whitaker's progress. The Carolina Panthers had issues with plugging the correct gap in run defense for a good portion of last season. 
    Shaq Thompson is having more thrown at him than most defensive rookies. He is learning what is probably the most complicated position on the defensive side of the field. While other rookies can be thrown into the mix relatively quickly, Thompson will require more film room time in addition to playing time. 
    If today's performance is any indication, Thompson may be a quick study. 
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  10. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Shaq Thompson Making Plays
    Shaq Thompson has officially arrived at Panthers training camp. While being largely absent the first two practices, he started to come into his own on today's third practice. 

     
    During 7 on 7 drills, Thompson made a speedy break on a Cam Newton pass intended for Greg Olsen. Thompson batted the ball now, marking his first official play made in Panthers training camp. 

    One of Thompson's primary responsibilities will be to cover talented tight ends like Jimmy Graham (now in Seattle). Getting camp experience against pro bowler Greg Olsen can only accelerate his learning and adjusting to the pro game. 
    Thompson continued to impress throughout the day. Another play that sticks out in my mind is a very quick gap stop, halting Fozzy Whitaker's progress. The Carolina Panthers had issues with plugging the correct gap in run defense for a good portion of last season. 
    Shaq Thompson is having more thrown at him than most defensive rookies. He is learning what is probably the most complicated position on the defensive side of the field. While other rookies can be thrown into the mix relatively quickly, Thompson will require more film room time in addition to playing time. 
    If today's performance is any indication, Thompson may be a quick study. 

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  11. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic The Early Bird....   

    to cant tell jack about special teams until preseason. zero actual hitting.
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  12. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    The Early Bird....

    time to get at it. 
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  13. 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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  14. 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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