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Carolina Panthers Training Camp Wrapup - July 29

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I heart you, J. Thank you.

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best carolina huddle article of all time btw, i retweeted this thread

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best carolina huddle article of all time btw, i retweeted this thread

 

Thanks! Wish everyone would.

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Thank again Jeremy! Awesome photos and comments from you again. It sucks that my time at training camp is over. But living vicariously thru these threads is almost as good.

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Who's the most spoiled team forum in the land?

This one, that's who.

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Who's the most spoiled team forum in the land?

This one, that's who.

All hail Zod!

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Between the Huddle and BBR our Panthers cup runneth over!

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Saw Steve Wyche in the one shot.  Great reporter (even if he did used to be the Falcons beat writer).

 

Lord almighty, Gettleman's knees would make The Thing from the Fantastic Four look good.

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The .gifs are an insanely awesome addition.

 

In that first one with Brandon Williams, too bad that's holding.

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Zod was talking about Greg Olsen. One of the things you see watching Greg Olsen is he has all these kind of old man calisthenics he does on top of the normal drills and stretching. His father is a legendary High School football coach from New Jersey so he probably learned them at a young age. You will just see him start these foot agility drills before practice. Or maybe during a Special Teams segment. These are the sort of things you see from veterans.

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Thanks a lot for all the effort. Everything you have done is awesome and much appreciated.

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FB/TE Richie Brockel is known for his blocking, but Anderson Russel was able to overpower him .

 

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Brockel's way too high and obviously off balance here, probably because he got beaten off the ball which allowed Russell to get position and leverage on him,

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Thanks for capturing Bell's speech. I was literally standing there, saying out loud to no one in particular, "Damn. Is that Byron Bell?? I love it! Do you hear that??" The people next to me were slightly amused.

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