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Training Camp Day 3 7/30

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This is Sparta...nburg.

I see what you did.

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Sorensen blocked me for No reason wtf?? I never even mentioned him

Consider that a blessing. You are not missing anything, follow thekurb for better information....or zod

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There's a video with some practice footage up on panthers.com silatolu gets schooled by hardy on a couple plays...the o-line blows up the d-line for a huge run

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I think I might have to punch a dude right in the dick if I saw them wearing those.

lmao if he has them on than his dick is probably tucked.

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Tom Sorensen@tomsorensen

Former Panther DE Al Wallace at practice. Looks fit. Says he'd like to play. Then he sees Jordan Gross and Bryon Bell. Says, maybe not.

wow! good quality info right there. keep up the horribly bad work Tom.

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I attended Monday's practice, here are a few observations:

  • Bruce Campbell did a nice job against Hardy.
  • Frank Alexander has been to the Everette Brown school of pass rushing, he's attempting to bull rush and is getting swallowed up.
  • Kuechly clearly has a nose for the ball, was in the backfield after correctly diagnosing more than one run-option play.
  • Steve Smith DNP (looks fine, suspect they gave him the day off).
  • Jared Green made a nice one-handed catch over the middle, he also got WIDE open deep and made a catch on a bomb from Cam for a TD.

I'll post more as I think of them.

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Tom Sorensen@tomsorensen

Former Panther DE Al Wallace at practice. Looks fit. Says he'd like to play. Then he sees Jordan Gross and Bryon Bell. Says, maybe not.

Thought that was Al Wallace, glad to see I called that one right.

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I attended Monday's practice, here are a few observations:

  • Bruce Campbell did a nice job against Hardy.
  • Frank Alexander has been to the Everette Brown school of pass rushing, he's attempting to bull rush and is getting swallowed up.
  • Kuechly clearly has a nose for the ball, was in the backfield after correctly diagnosing more than one run-option play.
  • Steve Smith DNP (looks fine, suspect they gave him the day off).
  • Jared Green made a nice one-handed catch over the middle, he also got WIDE open deep and made a catch on a bomb from Cam for a TD.

I'll post more as I think of them.

Thanks CatMan.

I heard similar things about Campbell, I hope he makes it tough for Bell to earn that starting role.

I was afraid of Alexander trying those college moves, This is why I think he will be used in more 3/4 OLB packages.

Jared Green is starting to sound like the 'Taye Biddle' of this years camp lol.

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Where the crap is tattoorhino? he used to give great play by play of TC on twitter

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Tom Sorensen@tomsorensen

Former Panther DE Al Wallace at practice. Looks fit. Says he'd like to play. Then he sees Jordan Gross and Bryon Bell. Says, maybe not.

Bell looks like an absolute monster!

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Jared Green is trying to make this team.every practice he has had his name on twitter lol.

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Jared Green is trying to make this team.every practice he has had his name on twitter lol.

Louis Murphy looked really solid yesterday too. When they gave him the ball on the end around, they blew the play dead at the sideline. He kept running and hit that next gear. Pretty damn fast.

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