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Kealoha Pilares

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Didn't see this posted, but thought ya'll would enjoy this article on a receiver that is still in the battle for no. 3.

He’s the team’s kickoff returner and one of a handful of candidates for the No. 3 receiver position. A versatile breakaway threat, he’s run back kickoffs, caught passes and even run end-arounds to ensure his spot.

“When you’re in the NFL, any way to help the team out is my mentality,” Pilares said. “Coach always talks about knowing your roles, so I have to just go out and look for ways to help out the team.”

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/08/16/3460050/pilares-hopes-to-be-blessing-for.html

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I feel like his running form is terrible and he can be faster.

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I like him and think as a converted RB he is an asset.

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i think he's alright and i love that he got that return for a TD last year, but i've never quite understood the love that many have for him in here.

i hope he lives up to people's hopes.

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i think he's alright and i love that he got that return for a TD last year, but i've never quite understood the love that many have for him in here.

i hope he lives up to people's hopes.

Well, I can't remember him being involved in any overly bad plays last year, so he's got that going for him.

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shouldnt make the team, hes like a less versatile slower Armanti

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shouldnt make the team, hes like a less versatile slower Armanti

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I myself started a thread about the difference between kr and pr trying to figure out how to

get Adams to do both, cut Pilares, and keep another receiver.

Then I read he was 7th (?) in ko returns last year, or something like that. As much

as our special teams stink, he may have been our best player statistically. Probably

should keep him.

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I myself started a thread about the difference between kr and pr trying to figure out how to

get Adams to do both, cut Pilares, and keep another receiver.

Then I read he was 7th (?) in ko returns last year, or something like that. As much

as our special teams stink, he may have been our best player statistically. Probably

should keep him.

If you subtract his fluke 101 yard TD return he's one of the worst in the league

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shouldnt make the team, hes like a less versatile slower Armanti

LMFAO...at least Pilares can play WR. Also gains more than 5 yards on his returns.

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shouldnt make the team, hes like a less versatile slower Armanti

hokebuck is this you?

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LMFAO...at least Pilares can play WR. Also gains more than 5 yards on his returns.

Evidence that he can play WR? lmao

doesnt exist. he sucks

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