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Proudiddy last won the day on October 2 2016

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  1. I think the pics we saw a couple of months ago showed some added mass, but this one surprised me because it shows how lean he's remained while bulking. I mean, shouldn't be hard with all that is at a pro athlete's disposal, but it is super impressive nonetheless. He definitely looks battle ready coming into this season...
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    Possible Huge Addition

    It's 2018 and this dickbag reportedly was using racial slurs last season. That's on top of all of the other crap he has had issues with in his career. NO.
  3. Not sure why out of all rookies the official NFL IG chose to spotlight him, and if so, why this video? Nothing impressive to see and in fact, he looks very herky jerky, not agile or smooth. Very weird...
  4. Good. We need someone who isn't okay with being the NFL's whipping boy and isn't afraid to say so... from everything I've read, it sounds like that is what we're getting.
  5. Idc as long as he a) keeps the Panthers in NC permanently, and b) treats Goodell, the NFL, officials, and opposing owners/organizations with the same asshole mentality he allegedly graced his former co-workers and subordinates with.
  6. Breaking News: Rich assholes like some other rich asshole, so they made him a part of their exclusive club of rich assholes where you can freely act like a rich asshole and they'll excuse and cover for your behavior as long as you stay in their good graces. More on steel balls at 11.
  7. Good points, but I counter that by asking, did you ever in your football life think a storied franchise (in one of the most universally revered cities in the entire US) like the Chargers would move out of San Diego? Did you ever foresee the Raiders out of California altogether? While both of your posts provide some level of comfort, I just dont trust the billionaire boys club... and while it may not mean much to our fans who weren't born and raised in NC, it means the world to me. It is an identity. It is a source of unique pride to have a team that represents the state that you were born and raised in... it is a part of me and who I am... so moving the team away from here would be devastating and I just dont trust these owners or what they say, ever... I'm just gonna hope for the best and reference your points for reassurance. Don't get me wrong, I'm excited about a new shift in leadership, philosophy, and the general trajectory of our franchise... I just want loyalty to the fanbase, especially the ones that comprise the surrounding community, the region, and the majority of the fanbase itself.
  8. For everyone saying dont be concerned about moving... this starts the same way everytime... an out-of-towner/stater steps in and the stadium issue lingers. Just like the owners used Rubin and Navarro to drive up the price while knowing they were picking Tepper, it worries me that he will use similar tactics with other cities as leverage to either get a new stadium OR move the team if he doesnt get his way, to maximize his return on his investment. This region, this organization, this fanbase means nothing to him. This is strictly a money making endeavor for him and the city or state he does it in will be an afterthought. I just hope we can win a Superbowl before he moves the team, and that will be something that can never be taken away from me.
  9. Yeah, but we had a guy in Webb who played WR, QB, and ST better than Shepard did any one of those things lol. It's really not that hard to find a quality STer who is also pretty good at his skill position.
  10. And the villagers celebrated.
  11. I'm excited but also nervous. Hope he is loyal to the region/area and keeps the team here no matter what happens down the road. Having an owner that isn't local or has local ties is scary to me... and it's not just bc of some midmarket/NC insecurity, it has happened way too often with owners who purchase teams strictly as an investment endeavor in cities/regions they have no ties to.
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  13. True, but now imagine what an incredible story the NFL will consider it to be to have Manning become a part owner and public face of the Panthers and seen as a mentor to Cam, all while returning to Superbowl glory to become the first former player to win a Superbowl as both a player and then part owner. And if you think I'm bullshitting, you know they love drama and stories that sell... otherwise, Peyton wouldn't have that second Superbowl win... So, all of that being considered, this is a genius move by Navarro. He knows what he's doing. If he can get Peyton on with his bid, he gains instant favor and credibility with the NFL both in the short-term and long-term.
  14. The emphasis on it being an investment and wanting to maximize profit above all else is troubling. No regard for the community or the region. The lack of loyalty to any one team before bidding on us is also telling of his character... oh, and links to Goldman Sachs... Sounds like a sleazeball who would move the team as soon as he thought it would make a him a few more cents. No thanks.
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    Elijah Hood claimed off waivers

    Idk what these scouts were watching because a lot of their evaluations I'm reading in here seem awfully damn harsh. I can tell you, Proudiddy Scouting Services has him as a player who is much faster in games than he is timed. I see a lot of "lacks elusiveness" but I think he had a great combination of being able to make guys miss and the guys he didn't he just had a great knack for shedding tackles and pounding defenses into submission. IMO, he is game reminded me a lot of a Marshawn Lynch-lite. The potential is there... there were games where he just seemed to take over. It was as if, at times, that defenses absolutely feared every touch of the ball he had, and it had a detrimental effect on their entire play. We'll see, but this could be an incredible steal. Regardless, this is the most excited I've ever been about our offensive skill positions top to bottom and it clearly is the deepest and most talented group we've ever had... I just hope the defense comes together better than we anticipate (ps - sign another safety like Reid, Mitchell, Boston, or Parker).
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