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I really, really like Cotchery.  Even if he sucks for us this year I couldn't help but just want to give the guy a big ole hug.  I find myself smiling like a dumbass whenever I listen to his interviews.

 

Cool to hear what he said about his perspective of the Panthers.  I know it's mostly fluff, and of course he's going to talk him up but I'm hoping he's right about KB - Lord knows we're due a good receiver.

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I've been a Cotchery fan since he started his college career. He's always been a 1st class guy. Born to catch balls too, with 6 fingers on his left hand.  

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Not a State guy, but I love locals.  Super proud to have Cotch on the squad this year.  I may look into getting my first WR jersey other than Moose and Smitty.

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I'm really excited to watch the receivers this year. I think they will all play with chips on their shoulders.

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Cotch, is a high class, character guy and player, always has been. 

 

Great to hear from him as a Panther. 

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Said KB has it. He is asking the right questions to get better and has the right attitude. Always ready to work. Will be a special player.

 

To be blunt that's why Smith isn't here and Jericho and Avant are. Love 89 but we never developed a #2 under him. That may be Hurney's piss poor drafting of WRs but gut tells me its not. Smith might be a good field general and mean well but I don't think his approach to being a mentor was the best and the main reason he isn't on this team. 

I think Voth hinted at that a few times leading up to him being cut. Then of course you look at the guys G-spot brought in. 2 guys known to be great teammates and loved in their locker rooms that are more than eager to teach the rookies and give POSITIVE reinforcement.

 

Like I said Love Smitty but I'd rather have Jericho here and his 10 Red Zone TDs teaching and building up the Rook for doing the right things than Smith tearing him down for doing the wrong. 

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Not a State guy, but I love locals. Super proud to have Cotch on the squad this year. I may look into getting my first WR jersey other than Moose and Smitty.

so your 3rd WR jersey, then?

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so your 3rd WR jersey, then?

 

No I actually have 2 Moose and 4 Smitty so I guess my 7th?

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To be blunt that's why Smith isn't here and Jericho and Avant are. Love 89 but we never developed a #2 under him. That may be Hurney's piss poor drafting of WRs but gut tells me its not. Smith might be a good field general and mean well but I don't think his approach to being a mentor was the best and the main reason he isn't on this team. 

I think Voth hinted at that a few times leading up to him being cut. Then of course you look at the guys G-spot brought in. 2 guys known to be great teammates and loved in their locker rooms that are more than eager to teach the rookies and give POSITIVE reinforcement.

 

Like I said Love Smitty but I'd rather have Jericho here and his 10 Red Zone TDs teaching and building up the Rook for doing the right things than Smith tearing him down for doing the wrong. 

Good Points

 

Not often remembered; Smith also threw gas on the flame on Cam Newton (suggestion box press conference), by speaking to Brett Jensen of WFNZ when the "controversy" was basically over, and therefore giving the media carte blance to take the story into overdrive.

 

After this, I even remember Stephen A Smith and Skip, breathlessly stating how they "were worried about Cam in life"; "Cam better get his life together", and strongly mentioned how the the likes of Kaepernick, RG3 and Wilson had "left Cam behind (do they not understand the responsibilities placed on each QB, and the talent, coaching around them at the time, and the fact Cam never got in trouble since Auburn)". It became a feeding frenzy after Smith's comments. 

 

At the time, I felt it was out of place on Smith's part, but few noticed or cared at the time. It was just too easy to believe the media, and Cam stereotypes.

 

Ironically, not to far after, Smith himself had done exactly the same thing he had reprimanded Cam for in the media. 

 

Of course he had apologized about what he said about Newton to Jensen. However, by that point, the damage was already done (and continues by some in the media). 

 

Let's face it; Smith can be very immature; a bully, and a me guy! Great receiver, competitor and Panther. No doubt. But you can't look over the other stuff as well, as if it didn't exist. 

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After this, I even remember Stephen A Smith and Skip

You lost me.  Listening to those two assholes pot stir and race bait is a complete waste of time.

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You lost me.  Listening to those two assholes pot stir and race bait is a complete waste of time.

 

When I hear those two names I immediately begin a mental rendition of Celebrity Deathmatch where the fight isn't over until they are both dead.

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