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Carolina Panthers Draft Frank Alexander De

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The same guys complaining about Alexander being a tweener are touting acrick who does noting great. he is just another dude. highly touted in 2010 but he would not fit at Carolina.

Alexander did way more in college than freakin Coples.

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Gotta wonder if this is who they wanted to trade into the 3rd for yesterday. If so, good for us that we didn't end up giving up more.

Listen, we had a great draft this year without a third. No reason to get mad about not having one next year.

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In a wild turn of events, Frank Alexander was also the bodyguard of Tupac.

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Reminds me a lot of Applewhite from these videos. Underrated guy who just knows how to make some plays.

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he may be a good football player but he sounds about as smart as a bag of potatoes in his phone interview with the panthers. he says "you know" an average of 4 times a sentence.

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We traded this year's third for Greg Olsen. We traded next years third for Frank Alexander. Which move sounds better?

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Well I ain't going to say this a great pick. But it is a solid pick. The guy is project for the next few years. He could or could not work out. People are freaking out over this. LOL Solid pick my opinion.

Give this guy sometime around Applewhite and Charles Johnson. He could shape up to be a very good solid pass rusher and run stuffer.

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I just like the fact that he has a solid pedigree. After watching BC and Midwestern State highlights, it's nice to see us draft someone who went up against RG3, Tannehill, and other stout opponents.

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We traded this year's third for Greg Olsen. We traded next years third for Frank Alexander. Which move sounds better?

Greg Olsen was a 1st round pick that we swindled from the Bears for merely a 3rd... It was an incredibly dumb move on their part and should easily answer that question...

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