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Mr. Scot

What would you say is the purpose...

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...of this drill?

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And whatever it was, do you think Josh Norman accomplished it?

(picture linked from the Panthers.com photo gallery for week three of OTAs)

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Guest Bwood

I'm pretty sure this is a defensive drill that trains them to basically track down the target and then be able to stop its progress and wrap up. Since they can't make contact right now of course.

This one looks like it bounced kinda high idk.

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Dodgeball sharpens the mind and develops that killer instinct.

If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball... or a defender... same thing.

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i hope they call that drill blue balls lol

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The ball is used during kareoke drills. This insures that your hip flexors are properly stretched prior to going full speed in order to minimize injury to said hip flexors. When he gets to the end, the ball will switch to the other side...

That's legit btw, and can't believe that nobody knew this.

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