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Jeremy Igo

Kony Ealy Impresses In Debut

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I noticed that he was in the picture a lot, good contain, etc. but the thing I noticed most was his enthusiasm.  He was getting into it.  Love it.   If this continues, and we continue to get results from KB and Turner (TNT, heard it here first), I will punch the person who disses Gettlemen right in the mouth.  The fact that it takes DEs a bit of time to develop is one reason we took Ealy this year and not when he was a need. 

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Give the kid a year, some bulk and strength training and he will be fine..he needs to be when we decide on the DE's next season

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Great pictures as usual Zod !

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Maybe he will be good in a couple seasons and 15 more lbs.  I would not read a ton into a coaches good words for a second rounder.  Doubt he would slam the kid on the first preseason game.

 

Hope he comes along

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as long as carolina can keep the psycho white chick away from him, he should be good.

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Ealy made at least 3 impact plays. thats very good for a rook. if you didnt see how disruptive he was (without getting the sacks) then i dont know who you were watching. 

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Zod, so you get to ask questions during the press conference?

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But I'm a fan on an Internet message board!

I have higher standards than the people who actually do the job :unsure:

 

yeah, and Gettlemen sucks!

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