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OFFICIAL mini camp Updates thread (BOA)

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how did Hardy look today at 299?

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-Darvin Adams looked bad. Slow and dropped passes.

Was he any better in the return game (if there were any punt return drills)?

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Was he any better in the return game (if there were any punt return drills)?

Darvin Adams is #86 from Auburn, Cam's old teammate.

Joe Adams is #15 from Arkansas, who is the receiver that return punts.

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Darvin Adams is #86 from Auburn, Cam's old teammate.

Joe Adams is #15 from Arkansas, who is the receiver that return punts.

jk. read Joe for some reason.

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Oh and there was a couple plays were Kuechly blitzed from the weak side. Obviously they aren't going to show many blitzes in a public practice but they sent him a couple times. Practices are supposed to be no contact so you couldn't really say how effective he is at doing it.

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Was he any better in the return game (if there were any punt return drills)?

Joe Adams and Armanti took the punts. It was more or less catching and letting them go into the endzone drills. No real action. Darvin isn't expected to contribute in the return game.

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What's the word on hogan?

I did not see Hogan out there. I looked for him but didn't notice him. Sometime guys dreads block their nameplates but I didn't notice him.

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What's the word on hogan?

Looks like Josh Norman has already surpassed him at the nickle spot, and it wont be long until he's the #2 corner.

Capt. belongs in the nickle spot. If Norman pans out Hogan could find himself competing for the 3rd/4th spot..

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