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Amini Silatolu A Carolina Panther

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He didn't really put in the time for school because he was always so focused on football...now he doesn't need to worry about school and just play football for a living. I remember reading an article saying that one of Clevelands scouts had him on the drawing board and said he did really well

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I am concerned that he is not going to be coachable. I hope I am wrong.

You should probably change your username and give it another try some other day man.

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I like the pick and I am supporting him 100 percent. I like his honesty and his hard work.

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I like the pick and I am supporting him 100 percent. I like his honesty and his hard work.

Pick a side dude.

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So, I admit I rushed to judgement and I get grilled for it?

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Pretty much.

I am cool with that. My opinion is that I think he will dominate and actually be healthy for an entire season and won't get a thousand false start penalties like #69

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We're in big trouble.

Amini is struggling with instruction, Adams dropped a pass, Norman is nervous, and we don't know where to play Luke.

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

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I am cool with that. My opinion is that I think he will dominate and actually be healthy for an entire season and won't get a thousand false start penalties like #69

In 2011, Gross played 15 games and had 3 False Starts. Just saying.

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