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I don't think a PI penalty can be added on a possession review if the refs see it after the fact. If that's the case, holding would be called on every review if linemen are in the frame being reviewed.

I know they can't add the PI, but can they take away the TO? I doubt it but just thought about it due to the mandatory review of turnovers that's now in play.

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I think Lake Norman is more appropriate given the local geography. :)

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You can't challenge a penalty and a penalty can't be called after the fact, on a challenge or a review. I'm pretty sure that's how it works, anyway.

So if Norman gets a pick with questionable PI, only if they threw the flag before the review could it go back.

Really though, as someone said earlier, if he's as much of a ball hawk as this practice makes him out to be, I think we'll see offensive pass interference being called on plays he's a part of more than PI on him, as he'll be turning WRs into CBs.

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All CB's grab, don't kid yourself.

Gamble had a fist full of jersey on Schaub's throw to the endzone.

the best ones do and manage to get away with it.

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You can't challenge a penalty and a penalty can't be called after the fact, on a challenge or a review. I'm pretty sure that's how it works, anyway.

So if Norman gets a pick with questionable PI, only if they threw the flag before the review could it go back.

Really though, as someone said earlier, if he's as much of a ball hawk as this practice makes him out to be, I think we'll see offensive pass interference being called on plays he's a part of more than PI on him, as he'll be turning WRs into CBs.

Yep

Regardless of how it slants in games (OPI or DPI), his type of play can get WRs ticked off and lead to them losing an edge. And the kid is a rookie...I'm hoping he keeps this cocky attitude but understands how to react when something doesn't go his way in a game. Everyone has learning curves no matter how good they think they are or look off the field. I want a confident baller not a Cortland Finnegan

ok, I'm done not making sense :)

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http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/videos/Panthers-Insider/eb83eed4-88b1-464c-9718-20cb76a40777

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If Rivera is worried about Norman grabbing receivers downfield, then he also realises that Munnerlyn grabs more than any other CB on the team. So with Norman outperforming his competition, I'd say the position is his to lose atm. He's just got to continue doing what he's been doing.

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*Joshua R. Norman@J_No24

Guess that was a pretty good Day.. Not my Best, gota keep at & keep Getting Better! & bye the way P.s correction: It was 5 not 4.. Smh ha,,

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Great to hear about Norman...gotta have agressive guys. It is much harder to coach a guy to play more agressive than it is to calm him down..simple fact is he is making plays in practice..catching the ball is importan as Gamble is notorious for simple drops.

This might be a phrase in some mgmt book I have not read but I thought it was good " You cannot teach smart and you cant coach lazy"

11 pages and no one making any awkward nicknames for Norman yet?!

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I think Lake Norman is more appropriate given the local geography. :)

He's gonna drag you into the deep! <glub> <glub> bitch, Lake Norman's got ya!

the best ones do and manage to get away with it.

Yeah, you want your corners overly aggressive when theyre young since its easier to pull back on the reigns than it is to make play more physical as they get older. The only problem is stars get more freedom than rookies. Guys like Gamble or Revis get away with more because theyre more established it seems.

If Norman can make tackles in the open field and lay some wood when it counts we may have just found ourselves a starter. The kid, it would appear, knows how to cover. 5 picks or none, he was in position to make all those picks regardless of gettin grabby or not.

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Is Norman good or is the qb pass to the wr that bad?

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