The team has no motivation to comment on it. They don't 'owe' anything to anyone other than making sure that their players' health is fully accounted for. While it would be nice to know more, fans really have no grounds to be upset about it.
Except for when the players didn't actually do anything but flags are thrown anyway. I'm from the "refs are human too and will make mistakes" school of thought and am probably more understanding than many NFL fans, but a handful of questionable penalties game in and game out is a bit much.
Drayton Florence and Captain Munnerlyn were the other CBs in 2013 and not Josh Thomas, but I'm nit-picking. Overall a well-researched and objective article, the likes of which aren't often seen about the Panthers outside of the Carolinas (and not always within them either). Great find.
Colin was a great comeback story and played well the past 2 years but just didn't seem to have it this year. Nothing but well wishes to him. To me, this supports what Rivera said yesterday about Ealy spending more time on the inside.
He was in for 36 pass snaps and 29 run snaps, which means he's being asked to run block as half of his job. If they run to his side on a third of those snaps and he's terrible, that means that 10 plays are potentially out the window. Not an insignificant number. That said he had a fatastic game as a receiver and it did not go unnoticed. However, these ratings are on overall performance and we all mnow that Greg isn't a very good run blocker.