Jeremy Igo

Teddy Williams back to Panthers on 1 year deal.

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Williams just signed again for a year.

 

Good move? Seems like his special teams ability may be over hyped.

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His special teams ability is to cause penalties.  Meh.  As long as he limits his negative effect, he'll just be a ST/non-role

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Actually I prefer Teddy "Mental Error" Williams. Not a fan of the move.

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Welp, I was wondering who'd get all the ST  penalties if he wasn't here. He said those are his flags

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Camp fodder at this point... especially if we draft another CB or S.

I don't think Teddy was as bad as his rep here was, but I want guys like Dixon and Young to get their PT too.

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Yes... more bodies for the fight for the roster! #DancePuppetsDance

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Hopefully just a camp body in case of injuries and what not.

Hes the worst special teams "ace" I've ever seen. Way too many penalties.

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3 minutes ago, Bronn said:

Camp fodder at this point... especially if we draft another CB or S.

I don't think Teddy was as bad as his rep here was, but I want guys like Dixon and Young to get their PT too.

Exactly

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