Jeremy Igo

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  1. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin   

    Two WR injuries since then. Makes sense for them. Knows the system. 
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  2. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin   

    They did Boykin a favor by cutting him soon. It was a courtesy move so he can catch on with GB now. 
    Byrd they want to keep on their own PS> 
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  3. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin   

    I really hate being right sometimes. Never had Boykin making the roster. But I'll be damned if I didn't start to turn to hoping he made it. 
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  4. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin   

    confirmed cut

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  5. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin   

    I said yesterday that Norwood was basically a slightly better Boykin. No reason to keep both. 
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  6. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers cut Jarrett Boykin

    Deserves his own thread due to strong opinions.
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  7. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Tuesday NFL Cuts   

    I thought Boykin would at least make it to final cuts. 
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  8. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Tuesday NFL Cuts   

    Boykin not at practice... 
     
     
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  9. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Tuesday Panthers Cuts....   

    Good news for Heath probably
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  10. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Tuesday Panthers Cuts....   

    yes,  along with possibly others. Keep an eye on colin jones
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  11. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Tuesday NFL Cuts
    All teams must get down to 75 players today. 
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  12. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Tuesday Panthers Cuts....
    The Panthers need to cut 8 players today by 4:00pm eastern time to get to the 75 player limit. 
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  13. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Despite recent trade, Panthers still in need of receiver help
    Yesterday the Panthers traded a conditional draft pick to the Seahawks for receiver Kevin Norwood. Norwood is a second year player who was drafted in the 4th round and had a pedestrian college career at Alabama. 
    Not quite the news most Panthers fans were hoping for. 
    If the Panthers hope to compete for the playoffs again this year, they will continue to look for help as proven veteran receivers are released this week. 
    The Carolina Panthers do not have a single wide receiver on the team that will demand more than single coverage. Without a premier player that must be covered by a safety and a corner for containment, opposing defenses will key in on the Panthers run game and neuter their attack from the start. If the Panthers cannot run the ball, they are looking at once again having one of the most lackluster offenses in the NFC. Cam Newton will be forced to be 80% of the Panthers offense with his improvisations, increasing his chance of injury. Not good. 
    Currently on the Panthers roster, possibly making the final cuts... 
    Ted Ginn - Probably the closest thing to a player that requires double coverage on the team. Has proven he can get behind corners which could cause concern for defenses on occasion. 
    Corey Brown - Also has proven he can break free from a corner, but until he starts catching the ball he is a lot like most NBA centers outside the three point line. Sure, you could cover him... but what would be the point. 
    Jerricho Cotchery, Brenton Bersin, Jarrett Boykin, Kevin Norwood - All possession guys that won't demand much extra attention from defensive coordinators. Reliable targets that should not be more than the third read on any given play. If any of these guys are asked to be the leading receiver on a team, something is very, very wrong. 
    Devin Funchess - A rookie that can't seem to stay healthy. Has had 3 hamstring issues in as many months. Missed time in OTA's, training camp, and now preseason due to injury. Could he contribute in a real way this season? Sure. But for the Panthers to rely on that is lunacy. 
    I would have more hope for the passing game if the Panthers had a high level offensive coordinator capable of changing and improving on the fly through creativity. Unfortunately, they do not. 
    Yesterday, Ron Rivera made it clear that if the current group of men did not show improvement in this week's preseason game that changes would be made. Yesterday's trade was a good start, but it isn't enough, not by a long shot.  
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  14. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Despite recent trade, Panthers still in need of receiver help
    Yesterday the Panthers traded a conditional draft pick to the Seahawks for receiver Kevin Norwood. Norwood is a second year player who was drafted in the 4th round and had a pedestrian college career at Alabama. 
    Not quite the news most Panthers fans were hoping for. 
    If the Panthers hope to compete for the playoffs again this year, they will continue to look for help as proven veteran receivers are released this week. 
    The Carolina Panthers do not have a single wide receiver on the team that will demand more than single coverage. Without a premier player that must be covered by a safety and a corner for containment, opposing defenses will key in on the Panthers run game and neuter their attack from the start. If the Panthers cannot run the ball, they are looking at once again having one of the most lackluster offenses in the NFC. Cam Newton will be forced to be 80% of the Panthers offense with his improvisations, increasing his chance of injury. Not good. 
    Currently on the Panthers roster, possibly making the final cuts... 
    Ted Ginn - Probably the closest thing to a player that requires double coverage on the team. Has proven he can get behind corners which could cause concern for defenses on occasion. 
    Corey Brown - Also has proven he can break free from a corner, but until he starts catching the ball he is a lot like most NBA centers outside the three point line. Sure, you could cover him... but what would be the point. 
    Jerricho Cotchery, Brenton Bersin, Jarrett Boykin, Kevin Norwood - All possession guys that won't demand much extra attention from defensive coordinators. Reliable targets that should not be more than the third read on any given play. If any of these guys are asked to be the leading receiver on a team, something is very, very wrong. 
    Devin Funchess - A rookie that can't seem to stay healthy. Has had 3 hamstring issues in as many months. Missed time in OTA's, training camp, and now preseason due to injury. Could he contribute in a real way this season? Sure. But for the Panthers to rely on that is lunacy. 
    I would have more hope for the passing game if the Panthers had a high level offensive coordinator capable of changing and improving on the fly through creativity. Unfortunately, they do not. 
    Yesterday, Ron Rivera made it clear that if the current group of men did not show improvement in this week's preseason game that changes would be made. Yesterday's trade was a good start, but it isn't enough, not by a long shot.  

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  15. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Tomorrow's Guest.....
    Tomorrow's Huddle Podcast Guest:
     
    - Currently on Panthers roster 
    - drafted before 4th round
    - under 30 years of age. 
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