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  1. He came into the league when he was 18. He is currently 23, at least 3 years away from his prime. Not saying he will become the next all-pro player but from what I've heard, he works harder than anyone else and there are absolutely 0 question marks regarding his character. At this point he probably shouldn't have been #2 but your kidding yourself if you can consider a 23-yr old a bust. He needs to stay healthy so that any progression he makes in the offseason continues during the season.
  2. It's a misdemeanor... in some states you can get a misdemeanor for jaywalking. Not saying I condone his action I'm just saying if you are freaking out about this you need to chill. Get some perspective.
  3. Because if he is going to be overweight he might as well be suspended by the league? That way our coaches don't have the choice to continue to play a guy that is clearly hurting us on the field. I think you may be on to something here about team management...
  4. We replaced Boston with a 2x Pro Bowler. He may be old but he will at least know where to be on the field and how to execute a proper tackle. Plus it moves Coleman back to the position where he made the Pro Bowl 2 years ago. I'm actually much more confident in our safety group then I was a year ago.
  5. At first this is funny but now the huddle is turning into mtv. I come for panthers discussion but instead I get a conversation suited for middle schoolers hoping they have hit puberty. Time to lock the thread and move on. Pointless thread is pointless. Sent from my iPhone using CarolinaHuddle
  6. Ross is long gone. Picked right after us Sent from my iPhone using CarolinaHuddle
  7. I believe we just extended J-Stew and he now has this year and next under contract. I don't think they would have extended him another year if they didn't plan on him playing for Carolina in 2018. With that said, it's important to remember, if we draft a RB high, it's likely they are going to be backing up J-stew for at least 2 years (much like shaq and butler). Double-trouble v.2 anyone?
  8. By ESPN fyi. Both mcshay and kiper. Which means fournette no longer is going #2. Sent from my iPhone using CarolinaHuddle
  9. Haha trubisky going #1 being reported. So much for 'most accurate'. What a day Sent from my iPhone using CarolinaHuddle
  10. In his defense, Sherrod Martin was only as good as the team around him. It's not entirely his fault he didn't pan out.
  11. You have a point but, as a pet owner, anyone that abuses dogs deserves nothing Sent from my iPhone using CarolinaHuddle
  12. 100% agree. And it sucks that people that had nothing to do with negotiating those TV rights deals are getting the ax today because of a dreadful deal made by management. This makes me hate lebron even more.
  13. I was joking about the penalty. To your point, guarantees mean hardly anything in this process. I'm sure they happen all the time and are broken on draft day. Teams have no reasons not to give these guarantees if they think it will help with player loyalty in the long run. May already be thinking 5 years down the road: 'do you remember on draft day when you were falling but we believed in you? How about some hometown loyalty?'. All-in-all, even if this guarantee actually happened, a lot could change between now and tomorrow night.
  14. So what's the penalty in the NFL for reneging on your guarantee? What happens when Garrett and Thomas are both there at our pick? Sorry, but this has no weight in what I think we are doing. If Thomas is there, it is because several other 'Tier 1' players are gone (Adams, Fournette), which would make this a no-brainer pick.