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carpanfan96 last won the day on April 25 2010

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    play hard, hit harder
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  1. odd and even.... 3-4 or 4-3 in simplest terms, but he's DE in the 3-4 because of size. He also generally too tall for 4-3 DT. So he would've been moved to end and asked to slim in a 4-3. don't think you got what I said.
  2. Don't think Oliver makes it to the second round where the Panthers can draft him. Typically rated as 1st round prospect and 4th corner. I like Hill in the 3rd though as a tall, lanky prospect for the Panthers scheme. Reid in the first would be a solid pick if there.
  3. You obviously don't know how Dt works, KK is a player who wouldn't be ideal as a 1 tech. Doesn't make him a limited player, makes him a 3 tech DT which is what he was drafted to be. Just like RG and LG aren't interchangeable, same as LT and Rt. Slot Wr, X and Z Wr... Football is spilt up and is skill related. Then you have scheme fit and so forth not just limited to 3-4 vs 4-3 or west coast vs Coryell. There's so many variables that the casual fan or even hardcore fans just don't understand about football. Really only way to truly know is to have been around the sport directly either playing or coaching to have any sort of idea on what I'm really going on about.
  4. It's an injury he's had since he was 4 years old, just reinjured it recently. Panthers had to know about it, it was known back when he was in the draft process. If anyone is wondering why he is seemingly blaming the Panther organization for this, that's most likely the reason.
  5. Said something about two weeks to heal or something like that.
  6. Breeland was only counting 3.9m towards cap this season.
  7. Greg Olsen Retiring for Broadcasting Job?

    here A source close to Olsen expects the three-time Pro Bowler to be playing for the Panthers “this season and beyond.” Olsen informed Panthers officials in recent months he planned to audition for ESPN and FOX during the offseason for experience for “down the road,” according to a team source. Gruden made $6.5 million per year as ESPN’s highest-paid, on-air personality, according to reports.
  8. Greg Olsen Retiring for Broadcasting Job?

    From Bill Voth Greg Olsen intends to play with Panthers in 2018.
  9. He was drafted as insurance for KK in case they couldn't sign him, plus have a solid back up for KK.
  10. NT was a massive huge hole once Star turned the Panthers contract down. Massive, the size of the grand canyon. Butler wouldn't have been able to command double and triple teams from olines, Star and Poe can. This helps Short, Addison, Peppers and the LBs perform better.
  11. I like this move if they sign him. Much better then Wilson imo. Shouldn't cost a whole lot either and possibly can take over from Olsen when he retires.
  12. Depends on how Poe's contract is structured. That's the biggest factor here. No information out about yearly breakdown.
  13. Butler backs up Short, Butler was never going to be the NT for this team. He doesn't have the skill set to do so.
  14. He's not building a one year team.... where do you get that from? He's given out more long term deals then short term, if he was building a one year team he would have resigned Star and Norwell. Would've thrown big money at Robinson or Watkins...ext instead he made a smart trade for Smith by giving up Worley who lost playing time to a player they didn't tender.... Let that sink in, Worley lost playing time to a player that the Panthers didn't tender...He was never making the team. Ala Hurney made a smart move.
  15. None of the contracts are bad, this is foolish. smh.