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About KillerKat

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  • Birthday 07/09/1985

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  • Interests My depth chart is located in the "Blogs" section.


  • Location Kittrell, NC

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  1. KillerKat added a post in a topic Who will be this year's surprise player?   

    Dean Marlowe
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  2. KillerKat added a post in a topic Russell "Golden Calf of Bristol" Wilson   

    It's just gonna be that much sweeter if the Seahawks give him a big contract then he's arrested for domestic violence. 
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  3. KillerKat added a post in a topic Madden question   

    The total cap. It gives me what my hit would be the next season just not a total figure.
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  4. KillerKat added a topic in Nerdvana   

    Madden question
    I'm having a hard time deciding who to cut and re-sign for the following season because it doesn't tell me what the cap is for the next season. How do I calculate it?
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  5. KillerKat added a post in a topic Women USA vs Japan World Cup...   

    This is the only time I watch soccer. I don't care about it unless its USA and it's women. 
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  6. KillerKat added a post in a topic Women USA vs Japan World Cup...   

    Down goes the Empire
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  7. KillerKat added a post in a topic FIFA Women's World Cup   

    Japan is having visions of Hiroshima. 
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  8. KillerKat added a post in a topic supplemental draft   

    We'd rather keep our QB running for his life than to take a chance on someone.
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  9. KillerKat added a post in a topic supplemental draft   

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  10. KillerKat added a post in a topic Most and Least injured teams over the past two years   

    I'd like to know the criteria they used
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  11. KillerKat added a post in a topic really trying to like this Newton guy...   

    ESPN's QBR can suck a huge dick. Dumbest stat in all of sports. 
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  12. KillerKat added a blog entry in My Carolina Panthers Depth Chart   

    2015 Carolina Panthers Depth Chart

    My version of the 2015 Carolina Panthers depth chart. This will constantly be updated.

    WR1: Kelvin Benjamin - #Ted Ginn Jr.# - Brenton Bersin
    LT: #Michael Oher# - #Jonathan Martin#
    LG: Andrew Norwell - Amini Silatolu 
    C: Ryan Kalil - Brian Folkerts
    RG: Trai Turner 
    RT: *Daryl Williams* - Mike Remmers
    TE:  Greg Olsen - Ed Dickson - Brandon Williams 
    WR2: *Devin Funchess* - Corey Brown - #Jarrett Boykin#
    QB: Cam Newton - Derek Anderson - Joe Webb
    FB: Mike Tolbert 
    RB: Jonathan Stewart - *Cameron Artis-Payne* - Fozzy Whittaker - #Jordan Todman#
    LE: Kony Ealy -  Mario Addison 
    UT: Kawann Short - Dwan Edwards
    NT: Star Lotulelei - Colin Cole
    RE: Charles Johnson - Wes Horton
    SLB: Thomas Davis - Adarius Glanton
    MLB: Luke Kuechly - #Jason Trusnik# - *David Mayo*
    WLB: *Shaq Thompson* - A.J. Klein 
    LCB: #Charles Tillman# - Bene Benwikere 
    RCB: Josh Norman - Melvin White - #Chris Houston#
    SS: #Kurt Coleman# - Roman Harper
    FS: Tre Boston - Colin Jones 
    K/KO: Graham Gano
    P/H: Brad Nortman
    KR: #Ted Ginn Jr.# - #Jordan Todman# - Fozzy Whittaker - Corey Brown
    PR: #Ted Ginn Jr.# - Brenton Bersin - Corey Brown
    LS: J.J. Jansen 
    * = Draft Pick
    # = Free Agent
    () = Undrafted Free Agent
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  13. KillerKat added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Carolina Panthers select G Edmund Kugbila
    Kugbila was picked to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine, but this wasn’t likely the most fortuitous selection in his family’s history. Kugliba’s parents Cletus and Lucy, won a visa lottery that allowed their family to move to the United States from Ghana. Kugbila and his family moved to the U.S. in 2000 when he was 10 years old. His younger brother Romauld, an Archer grad, is a freshman on the West Georgia football team. Edmund began playing football in the seventh grade. His size and talent attracted schools such as Alabama, Georgia, Vanderbilt and Florida, but a low SAT score prevented him from academically qualifying for a Division I school.

    However, Kugbila has made the most of his time at Valdosta State. After playing in all 10 games in 2009 as a reserve, Kugbila started 10 games at tackle in the following season, and recorded the second most knockdown blocks on the team. In 2011, Kugbila moved to guard and played in all 10 games with eight starts. He was named all-conference and third team All-American. Kugbila finished his college career by helping Valdosta claim the national championship in 2012.
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