Captain Morgan

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About Captain Morgan

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  • Birthday 02/07/1964

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  • Location Myrtle Beach

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  1. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Food thread   

    by the way, I've won thousands of dollars in food competitions, so if you have any requests for a recipe or technique, let me know.  If it's something I might know a little something about I'll post it here.
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  2. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic An internal dilemma about adopting   

    my sister runs a small orphanage in China.  Most of the children she takes in are disabled,
    but they are raised in the right environment.  Anyone who is interested shoot me a pm, and
    I'll send you a link.
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  3. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How the Panthers spend: running back
     
    The Panthers still rank second in the NFL behind the Minnesota Vikings in spending at running back despite the release of all-time leading rusher DeAngelo Williams and what would have been a $6.3 million hit against the salary cap. They’re still spending more than twice the NFL average ($7,647,083) at the position. 
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  4. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How the Panthers spend: tight ends
    http://espn.go.com/blog/carolina-panthers
     
    Extending the contract of Olsen, a Pro Bowler, through 2018 was one of Carolina’s best offseason moves. The three-year, $22.5 million deal was well worth it when you consider how vital Olsen is to the success of quarterback Cam Newton. He is dependable. He is clutch. He is productive. 
     
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  5. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic NFL's Most Underrated: Kawann Short   

    KK, Cam and Luke are my 3 favorite Panthers
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  6. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How Panthers spend: OL
    The rest of the line, outside of center Ryan Kalil, comes at bargain basement prices. Right tackle Mike Remmers, right guard Trai Turner and left guard Andrew Norwell, the starters entering camp, count a combined $1,756,950 against the cap. That's more than $6 million less than Jacksonville Jaguars right tackle Jeremy Parnell ($8 million) is scheduled to count against the cap. 
     
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  7. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Norman contract talks described as "quiet...real quiet
    http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/172018/panthers-josh-norman-on-the-fast-track-as-cornerback-driver
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  8. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Its 9am on saturday.. Nope, its sunday..   

       
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  9. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Carolina Panthers 2015 Promo Vid #3 (New)   

    Great.  Now I'm going to church and will have resist the urge to tackle somebody violently.
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  10. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Question About the Saints....   


     
    he's not saying that's his prediction for next year, he's saying that's what happened last year.
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  11. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Will we be able to afford our defense in 2017?   

     
     Norman proved last season to be as close to a shutdown cornerback as Carolina has had in several years. With another strong season he could demand a top 10 cornerback salary that could elevate his cap number to close to $10 million in 2016.
     
    http://espn.go.com/blog/carolina-panthers/post/_/id/14356/how-the-panthers-spend-josh-norman-leads-cornerbacks
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  12. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How the Panthers spend: Cornerback
    http://espn.go.com/blog/carolina-panthers
     
    Dave Gettleman has been frugal at this position since taking over in 2013. He believes with a strong front seven he can get away without paying for top cornerbacks. Thus, Carolina is 28th in spending at the position. 
     
     
     
     
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  13. Captain Morgan added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How the Panthers spend: Linebackers
    http://espn.go.com/blog/carolina-panthers 
     
    Analysis: Extending the deal of Thomas Davis to lower his 2015 cap number from $9.9 million to $5.9 million was important in several ways. Not only did it assure the 32-year-old Davis will be with the team at least through 2017, it freed up more money to give middle linebacker Luke Kuechly a long-term extension. The Panthers already have exercised the fifth-year option on the 2013 Defensive Player of the Year, meaning his cap number will jump to just over $11 million in 2016. But the goal is to sign Kuechly to a long-term deal before it gets to that point. The Panthers showed how important they believe the linebacker position is to the defense by selecting Shaq Thompson in the first round.
     
     
     
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  14. Captain Morgan added a post in a topic Favorite Breakfast   

    this morning at 4:30 I had breakfast (smothered, covered, diced) in Myrtle Beach and did not
    get shot.
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