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  1. @Jeremy Igo DEFINITELY hit up Viva Chicken. Great call by Cash.
  2. In his defense, Plumlee's deal was one in the first wave of mega deals across NBA. Will be really interesting to see how it stacks up with other guys once they hit free agency. Ironically, Plumlee's deal could come across as very attractive and team friendly after next season
  3. I'm willing to wait and see on Plumlee. Give him the offseason to get in shape and become used to the system Clifford runs. Of course I'm willing to wait and see because the 3 years and $37.5 million remaining on his deal says I have no choice haha
  4. Monk is the dream pick for charlotte in this draft 100%. Unfortunately I'm thinking he won't be there unless we win the lottery. Same with Jonathan Isaacs. If we pick at 11, I think Justin Jackson would be a solid pick. Need a backcourt scoring partner to go with Kemba at all cost Sent from my iPad using CarolinaHuddle
  5. Ironically Jordan and Cho is a far superior combination than any of the previous ownership and gm combos. Especially this second go round. Fug shinn and Johnson Sent from my iPad using CarolinaHuddle
  6. I'm no legal expert, but if there is a clause preventing the new owner from moving the team inserted in the deal then it would have to be adhered to. Of course, things can be negotiated. Perhaps a clause like that would have a timeframe attached to it. Maybe the owner can null a clause for a certain fee. Idk. Hopefully, JR would only sell the team to someone truly dedicated to keeping the team here in Charlotte
  7. Based on that article, it seems that a sale will only be made if the buyer agrees to not move the team out of Charlotte. I hope that holds up.
  8. Not sure this is a "report" but conjecture that shouldn't be read into too hard. I'm sure that the Panthers staff likes Byrd and "hope" he can win the slot WR spot. I'm also sure that the staff "hopes" every guy they bring in can win a starting spot. They're going to "hope" that the guy they draft to play slot WR in April can win the starting spot in camp as well.
  9. We heard a little about this during last season and here it is via Player's Tribune. Pretty cool video. Full link:
  10. I'm a bigger fan of Tre's than most on this board. He's not a perfect player, but to me, most of the hate towards Tre is from the perceived reputation he had while playing at UNC when he played on one of the worst collective defenses and defensive schemes that UNC has ever had. Most of the time he was having to overcompensate for the other 10 guys on the field. Boston is not without flaws. He does have the tendency to get burned in coverage because he bites on routes, but he also does things well. He is the best blitzer we have in the our secondary by far and while he misses tackles from time to time, the kid can lay the wood too and doesn't shy away from contact. I never understood why Coleman played strong safety instead of Boston, but Tre has had a lot of really nice moments for this franchise. He may not be the ideal starter, but he's a great rotational safety. I imagine Tre won't resign here after next season unless he's given assurance that he's a starter so if you can get a good return for him it makes since to deal. However, we should not just give him away for peanuts like some are suggesting because he can really help this team this year even if it's in a rotation role behind a Coleman/Adams combo.
  11. I count 4 DE's and only 3 DT's. Seems to me that, based on numbers, DT is currently a bigger need. Jonathan Allen at 8 would be BPA and fill a need at DT...... Gettleman just trolled all of us......
  12. Gettleman sent in his closer.......Thomas Davis!
  13. He grabbed Tolbert too. The super rare Double Fullback offense
  14. No i remember them just fine, but I'm not going to break the bank for Norwell who ultimately we found and developed as an undrafted guard. Don't misunderstand me though, I want to extend Norwell to a multi year deal because I think he's important to the continuity of the line. However, we know Trai is going to demand top market $$ at the guard position and we 100% need to pay him, but we shouldn't pay Norwell at the same price scale. IMO Norwell should warrant anywhere between $5-6.5 Mil per season and that would put him right in that 13-20 range as far as guards are concerned. I think that's pretty fair value. All this being hypothetical, because again, I want to extend Norwell, but we have too much young talent to take care of going forward to break bank on him. He is someone that we could replace through the draft I think if we had to.