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  1. Other teams early cuts

    I think we still have a few Quinton Coples fans on here.  Just saw he was released by the Dolphins along with corner Brice McCain.
  2. Well, being that we're already hated .. Sign Hardy

    Thirteen million for six sacks doesn't say "underachieving" to you? And heck, we haven't even talked about Hardy's adventures in social media. As someone else said, when you're enough of a headache to deal with that even the Dallas Cowboys don't want you, that's saying something.
  3. Let's talk about Ted Ginn Jr.

    Ginn kind of reminds me of Robert Meacham.  he was good when he was with the Saints but not so good anywhere else.  Some guys just fit like that. Next year, he's likely the third option behind Benjamin and Funchess, which I'd imagine is the role they envisioned him having this past season before injuries necessitated a change of plans.
  4. I thought I had already commented on this, but apparently I haven't. Good work, KBF.
  5. Well, being that we're already hated .. Sign Hardy

    You mean besides not producing like he was being paid, constantly showing up late, pissing off his teammates and getting into a physical altercation with a coach on the sideline?
  6. Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

    I don't know if it's so much that he's not getting any better as it is that he's not getting any younger. If I recall correctly, DeHaven is pushing 70.
  7. Joe Webb and Aqib Talib Received Fines

    Don't think that's settled yet. Suspensions tend to take longer, and it wouldn't be effective till next season anyway.
  8. Joe Webb and Aqib Talib Received Fines

    I'm not so sure that's all that's gonna happen to Talib. This isn't exactly his first offense, and his "yeah, I meant to do it" comments are no doubt an embarrassment to the league.
  9. Cleavagegate

    So apparently at this year's Screen Actor's Guild Awards show, Susan Sarandon was asked by the event's producers to present an "In Memoriam" segment remembering those from the entertainment business who had passed on in 2015, and there has since been a bit of a furor over the outfit that she chose for the task. I'll save you the google search. Here it is: Piers Morgan in particular took her to task over it, questioning on the one hand if this was an age-appropriate outfit for a 69 year old woman but more pointedly asking if it was "something she'd wear to a funeral" given the somewhat solemn nature of her SAG awards presentation. Big Bang Theory actress Mayim Bialik expressed her outrage over Morgan's comments while sitting next to him on James Corden's Late Show by...flashing him her own cleavage.  And now it seems that numerous other women have taken up her example as Morgan is being bombarded on Twitter by ladies sending him pictures of their own cleavage as a way of shaming him for his statements. ........ From what I've read, Morgan is holding up fairly well despite this awful, vicious online attack, though I have to imagine it's been difficult for him having to look at all those pictures of women's breasts. (oh, the humanity)
  10. 2016 Top NFL free agents - running backs

    Well, the last time we signed a running back from the Redskins, it turned out okay.
  11. Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

    April's long been considered one of the best ST coaches in the league.  Biggest thing working against him now is he's up in age. My guess is the plan is to retain DeHaven for one more year but the guy they hire now might be an heir apparent.
  12. Well, being that we're already hated .. Sign Hardy

    Watch some film from 2015 instead. It tells a different story.
  13. Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

    I think Purnell is going back to his plan to retire.
  14. Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

    Oh, I'm not absolving him. He's got a tremendous combination of size and speed, but if he doesn't cut down on the mistakes, that won't mean much.
  15. Panthers interviewing special teams coaches

    It's worth remembering that DeHaven didn't really plan to be a special teams coach again. He was working as an assistant here with an eye toward retirement when the need came open.