Jeremy Igo

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About Jeremy Igo

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  • Birthday 04/26/1975

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  1. Cam's Response To PantherNation

    Not the first time Cam has invoked Ali
  2. Is Kony Ealy the next great Panthers defensive end?

    You read the first line and stopped, huh
  3. After a Superbowl MVP type performance, there is a major buzz around Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy.  I thought it might be helpful to take a look at the early career stats of the Panthers last two marquee defensive ends, Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson.    Greg Hardy 2010 - 30 tackles, 3 sacks 2011 - 50 tackles, 4 sacks 2012 - 61 tackles, 11 sacks   Charles Johnson 2007 - 2 tackles, 0 sacks 2008 - 25 tackles, 6 sacks 2009 - 25 tackles, 4 sacks 2010 - 62 tackles, 11.5 sacks   Now lets compare with what Kony Ealy has accomplished.    Kony Ealy 2014 - 12 tackles, 4 sacks 2015 - 32 tackles, 5 sacks    It appears Konly Ealy had a nearly identical season, stats wise, as Charles Johnson's second and third seasons. Greg Hardy has more tackles, which is not a shock considering how well Hardy played against the run, lining up at defensive tackle much more frequently than Ealy. Hardy's defensive tackles were Fua and McClain. Ealy's are Star and Kawann. Not exactly the same neighborhood... or universe.  Looking at the big picture, Kony Ealy's early career performance lands somewhere between Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy, which is not a bad thing to say the least.  Conclusion: Ealy could indeed be set for a breakout season in 2016 with double digit sacks if past trends of Panthers defensive ends continue.          View full article
  4. After a Superbowl MVP type performance, there is a major buzz around Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy.  I thought it might be helpful to take a look at the early career stats of the Panthers last two marquee defensive ends, Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson.    Greg Hardy 2010 - 30 tackles, 3 sacks 2011 - 50 tackles, 4 sacks 2012 - 61 tackles, 11 sacks   Charles Johnson 2007 - 2 tackles, 0 sacks 2008 - 25 tackles, 6 sacks 2009 - 25 tackles, 4 sacks 2010 - 62 tackles, 11.5 sacks   Now lets compare with what Kony Ealy has accomplished.    Kony Ealy 2014 - 12 tackles, 4 sacks 2015 - 32 tackles, 5 sacks    It appears Konly Ealy had a nearly identical season, stats wise, as Charles Johnson's second and third seasons. Greg Hardy has more tackles, which is not a shock considering how well Hardy played against the run, lining up at defensive tackle much more frequently than Ealy. Hardy's defensive tackles were Fua and McClain. Ealy's are Star and Kawann. Not exactly the same neighborhood... or universe.  Looking at the big picture, Kony Ealy's early career performance lands somewhere between Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy, which is not a bad thing to say the least.  Conclusion: Ealy could indeed be set for a breakout season in 2016 with double digit sacks if past trends of Panthers defensive ends continue.         
  5. Joe Person verifies it is incorrect.    CBS is awful.     /Story
  6. 51.... 51..... 51...

    Folks, this is fate.        
  7.   Now where have I read this explanation before... hmmmm.....     Oh... right here a few days ago          
  8. Are there any players on The Huddle?

    Anytime a player asks, I advise highly against signing up. 
  9. PANTHERS CONTRACT NEWS

    These threads tend to get more difficult to follow than just individual threads for important events. I don't usually dig through 20 pages to find something
  10. Bill is faster to rip on the Browns than you are. It's what Fans of bad franchises do. I know, I grew up in Tampa Bay in the 80s.
  11. we just voided Harper and Cotch contracts

    Half of the free cap space will be eaten up by franchising Josh.
  12. What might a Charles Johnson extension look like?

    He was never an outsider on the team. The fans gave him a hard time, I think that is what you saw. 
  13. What might a Charles Johnson extension look like?

    After his poor performance this season, he won't be getting anything near that amount of money. 
  14. Charles Johnson is coming up on his last year of his contract.  He is due to make... Base Salary: $10,750,000 Workout Bonus: $250,000 Restructure Bonus: $4,020,000 For a total of $15,020,000 If the Panthers choose to release Johnson, they will save the $11 million but 4 million still will count against the cap.  If they restructure him, convert his 11 million base into a signing bonus and prorate that over the term of the contract, they could free up cap space and keep the defensive captain on the squad.  Johnson isn't 30 yet and can contribute a few more seasons.  So an extension may look something like.  3 years at 2 million a year base with a 12 million signing bonus.  That would drop his cap hit in 2016 to 10 million (5 million savings).  2017 would drop to 6 million cap hit.    Is that something you would be comfortable with?