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It may sound crazy but If The Golden Calf of Bristol could show a glimpse of being able to play pro QB.I think the panthers would fall in love with him.He is a "football Player" like Fox likes..

I just don't see it.

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I just don't see it.

Neither do I. People have to realize most of those throws that looked good were in 7 on 7s with no pass rush and no center/QB exchange. His man issue is his throwing motion and footwork dropping back from center you can't make an informed decision without a pass rush. I wan't to see him in a real game situation before I jump to conclusion and it would be wise for everyone else did the same.

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i have heard another knock on The Golden Calf of Bristol is lack of arm strength. any visible truth to that in the 7 on 7 drills?

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Man Dan LeFevour is looking great. If he is available in the 4th I think I would rather have him then any QB in this draft. I think Skelton has more potential but so did Jemarcus Russel. I think LeFevour has looked better then any of the rest of the QB's passing and he also has the threat of run (I mean he had 15 rushing TD's this year).

I predict him as MVP of the Senior Bowl.

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I'm guessing it was a Big 10 DL.

Could be Corey Wootton, since the page was a Northwestern

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Panthers meet with Jacoby Ford

Teams have been racing to get information on Ford, who is one of the better wide receiver prospects this season. He said he’s had meetings with the Bears, Bucs, Colts, Jets, Packers and Vikings already and has one arranged with the Panthers for tonight. That doesn’t necessarily signal anything. At the all-star games, teams meet with nearly every player

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Biggs-Ford-blazing-a-trail-to-NFL.html

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If we can't get Tate he is a great consultation prize. He has looked impressive this week in practice. He has solid hands and is extremely fast and quick.

Canfield had a good day in the 11 on 11s. He would be an excellent backup for Moore as they have very similar strengths (good on the run, average arm strength, and accurate). He ran a couple of rollouts that I could have swore it looked almost like two weeks ago with Moore out there slinging it around.

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i have heard another knock on The Golden Calf of Bristol is lack of arm strength. any visible truth to that in the 7 on 7 drills?

He doesn't have the most zip on them but he has laid a couple of good deep balls out there. I think his issues will arise when the pressure is on and his footwork and sloppy throwing motion get him into trouble.

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