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Moore didnt look to sharp today... lots of throws behind WR's... or way ahead or low. Just off a lot.

Clausen made a throw deep (35-40 yds) on a double move that was amazing... right in front of me. WR dropped it tho... but it was perfect. Got some ooooo's and ahhh's.

The QB competition is gonna be TIGHT!!

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Five more pages of notes to digest later. Heading back for the afternoon session.

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Five more pages of notes to digest later. Heading back for the afternoon session.

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I concur.

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Moore didnt look to sharp today... lots of throws behind WR's... or way ahead or low. Just off a lot.

Clausen made a throw deep (35-40 yds) on a double move that was amazing... right in front of me. WR dropped it tho... but it was perfect. Got some ooooo's and ahhh's.

The QB competition is gonna be TIGHT!!

It wasn't LaFell was it???!!!

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It wasn't LaFell was it???!!!

I hope not...........we really need another WR 2 step up......it would improve our O vaaaaaastly......SMH, does anyone know what we're gonna do about DT?

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I hope not...........we really need another WR 2 step up......it would improve our O vaaaaaastly......SMH, does anyone know what we're gonna do about DT?

John Fox knows.. you should ask him.

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does anyone know what we're gonna do about DT?

Play with what we got.

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Greg Hardy and Eric Norwood each showed flashes of pass-rush in the afternoon session. Going to be interesting to see them in pads.

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The Panthers may have never had four QBs in camp who can throw like these four can. There's generally been a rag-arm or two in there.

Several nice Dwayne Jarrett catches in the afternoon practice. I'll have to see it translate in the regular season to believe it, but still.

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NORWOOD A BEAST: Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn said he’s excited about being teammates again with Eric Norwood, his roommate at South Carolina.

He thinks Norwood, who has been working at both strong side linebacker and defensive end in minicamp, will be a huge asset to the Panthers following an All-American career with the Gamecocks.

“You can expect a guy who is going to go 110 percent every day,” Munnerlyn said. “I’ve seen it. And when it’s game time he just turns it up another notch. He goes 150 percent in a game. In a game he just turns into a beast.”

However, when asked if he’d like to be roommates with Norwood again and if he can crash at his place, Munnerlyn joked, “I told him he better not. He better go get his own place.”

http://www.carolinagrowl.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=468:notes-jarrett-says-hes-content-to-stay-in-carolina-hopes-to-earn-no-2-job&catid=1:articles

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I absolutely loved the Norwood pick. He was a steal in the 4th round, IMO. He probably would have been gone way before then if he was a true DE instead of a DE/OLB tweener.

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And that’s just fine with his new Panthers wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert.

He views the fact that Edwards has never played the position before as a positive rather than a negative.

“He comes here and he has no bad habits,” said Tolbert. “The stuff that I’m teaching him, well, it’s his first time learning it so that’s a good thing.”

The Panthers traded away a second round pick in next year's NFL draft to get Edwards, so it's obvious they have big plans for him. And, just two days into minicamp, the coaching staff isn't holding back on what they’re throwing at him.

Although most receivers come into the league having to learn one position, the Panthers have Edwards lining up at all three wide receiver positions -- specifically, the X, Y and Z spots, for you football nuts -- along with learning how to return punts and kickoffs. Eventually, the team will put in a package where he can play some quarterback in Wildcat-type formations.

http://www.carolinagrowl.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=469:panthers-wr-armanti-edwards-starting-from-scratch-at-wide-receiver&catid=1:articles

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