I have to disagree. If I had the opportunity to visit a hometown team that wasn't necessarily my team I still would go. Pick anyone. I'd even go to a Jags practice. Pro football is fun to watch no matter who it is.
That being said, I'd have the tact to leave my Panthers gear at home that day.
I grew up in Wilson and then moved right outside of Knoxville in 11th grade. When I go back to Wilson to visit my grandparents, I'm more and more thankful every time that I got the hell out of that town. Flat and ugly and I didn't have a great group of friends. I was headed in a dangerous direction there.
In my league, we must keep 3 players every season but you CAN keep as many as 5. Every player you keep after 3 loses you a draft pick, so if you keep 3, you can participate in round one of the draft. If you keep four, you can't participate until round two, and so on. Having said that, I don't love the way we do it. The same guy has won the past two seasons. When we draft this year I'm going to suggest a new method, which is everyone must keep 2 players and that's all you can keep. You can keep a player once and then you must release them. So I can't draft Andrew Luck and keep him for his entire career, but I could have him for two seasons.
Funny timing of this thread bc I just heard that my mother-in-law is "worried" bc I had a beer with lunch everyday last week...while we were all together on vacation. Vacation!
My cool story (bro) is that I saw Jason Witten. He was staying a couple houses down from us.