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About DeeJay

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  • Birthday 06/22/1985

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  • Location Hell Paso Texas
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  1. DeeJay added a post in a topic Martin Wallace ... step right up?   

    Oher will be fine my only problem with him is the false starts, 
    Just need a decent backup,Cough hope dallas cuts there backups for O-Line some of those were pretty good
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  2. DeeJay added a post in a topic Give Our Panthers Some Training Camp Advice   

    #Keep Pounding
    Cam be cam
    Luke be luke and remember say hi to lola,
    Roman it's time to retire after this year,
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  3. DeeJay added a post in a topic 2015 Jersey Color Schedule   

    Just rememeber this is the last weekend of nothing before the fun starts
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  4. DeeJay added a post in a topic Week 2: JJ Watt vs. Michael Oher   

    None of you guys trust oher ehh,
    Its better then bell pushing his own players,
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  5. DeeJay added a post in a topic "Amazon Prime Day" will have better deals then Black Friday - July 15th   

    Yeah im going pro once training camp hits
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  6. DeeJay added a post in a topic Gettleman Should Offer This Guy a Contract   

    LOL he's better then Dallas's current running back situation
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  7. DeeJay added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Percy Harvin a Panther?
    Now that the NY Jets have traded for WR Brandon Marshall, it seems they will be releasing former Seahawks and Vikings WR Percy Harvin soon.

    Harvin has been in the NFL for six seasons. During his four seasons in Minnesota, he averaged 70 catches a season. Clearly he is a proven NFL receiver.

    However, last season Harvin was traded from the Seahawks to the Jets for being a problem in the locker room.

    "As for why Seattle traded Harvin, several sources confirmed to's Terry Blount that the team had grown tired of the receiver's act, believing he had become too much of a destructive force in the locker room. In addition, two team sources said Harvin had physical confrontations in the locker room with teammates, especially on the offensive side of the ball."

    The Carolina Panthers released Steve Smith last season for similar reasons, in what may be the most controversial move Panthers GM Dave Gettleman has made to date.

    So here is the million dollar question, will the Panthers be willing to overlook the infractions of a free agent wide receiver if he can help improve the offense?

    What say you?
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