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Panthers Training Camp - First Impressions

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Tutu showed some playmaking flashes in San Diego. I was a little disappointed that he didn't see the field at all last year.

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You just like saying tutu

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I like wearing them as well.

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Yeah I thought he looked pretty good as well.

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Thanks for the write up man. Very nice to see that and the pics. Does anyone know who was starting at DT? Im asuming Ron Edwards as one, but who was the other?

Looked like Terrel McClain

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Thats true, but I don't care. I just want production, not excuses.

agreed.....No Excuses!

nice job....looks like you brought the A game.

a little better than the "mediocre" coverage of the past......... ;)

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Jared Green looked pretty solid as well. Clausen and Green hooked up for two really nice plays at the end of practice including one that went for a TD.

I would still say the six wide outs are Smith, LaFell, Gettis, Murphy, Adams, and Pilares but with Gettis on the PUP the other wide outs still have a fighting chance. I would say Ajirotutu, Green, and Edwards looked the best out of those that don't have a roster spot.

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Nice work as always Zod.

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I see Pilares being converted to scat back. I don't think they are going to use his a true WR. There were reports that they were running a lot of plays for him out of the backfield. He was a running back at Hawaii in addition to WR.

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One of the negatives I noticed was during the last few periods of practice. The skill players were doing their 7 on 7 drills and the o-line and d-line were doing pass pro drills. Silatolu was getting schooled in pass protection. Neblitt made him look silly on an inside swim move and he didn't seem to hold the point of attack very well. As an ex-offensive lineman, the defense has the upper hand in pass pro drills because they do not have to worry about playing the run. It's just a full on one-on-one pass rush versus past protection. Anyway, I expect him to get better but it was something that stuck out to me.

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