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Richard Sherman trolling on Bourbon Street in NO.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi_ly7HTSzk









lmao dude is awesome.
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That was good

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That was terrific

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Shame we passed over him in the draft for Brandon Hogan who isn't even on our roster anymore.
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[quote name='OnlyPantherFaninMaine' timestamp='1359870989' post='2122537']
Shame we passed over him in the draft for Brandon Hogan who isn't even on our roster anymore.
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Was there a reason why a CB of his size was passed on for that long anyways? (Serious question, what were the reasons he lasted till the 5th?)

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[quote name='Gabeking' timestamp='1359871439' post='2122540']
Was there a reason why a CB of his size was passed on for that long anyways? (Serious question, what were the reasons he lasted till the 5th?)
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If I remember correctly he was rather raw and scouts were saying he didn't possess natural cover skills and didn't have the speed needed at this level to catch a receiver and recover when beaten. I think he just needed some coaching and to work on his technique but he had decent ball skills at Stanford.

Hoping Norman can evolve and get coached up as Sherman has. They play with a similar attitude and chip on their shoulders.

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[quote name='OnlyPantherFaninMaine' timestamp='1359871737' post='2122541']


If I remember correctly he was rather raw and scouts were saying he didn't possess natural cover skills and didn't have the speed needed at this level to catch a receiver and recover when beaten. I think he just needed some coaching and to work on his technique but he had decent ball skills at Stanford.

Hoping Norman can evolve and get coached up as Sherman has. They play with a similar attitude and chip on their shoulders.
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Also, injury. I think knee? He could have ended up just like Hogan.

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I'd like to see Norman gain 15 lbs this offseason and improve on his speed. Great tackler though.

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omg I love him. I want him on the Panther.

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[quote name='OnlyPantherFaninMaine' timestamp='1359871737' post='2122541']
If I remember correctly he was rather raw and scouts were saying he didn't possess natural cover skills and didn't have the speed needed at this level to catch a receiver and recover when beaten. I think he just needed some coaching and to work on his technique but he had decent ball skills at Stanford.

Hoping Norman can evolve and get coached up as Sherman has. They play with a similar attitude and chip on their shoulders.
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This and honestly, Hogan was an absolute STUD in college. Just too bad he got injured and for some reason just seemed to lack the heart or work ethic to get back. Really ashame because I was really excited about him.
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[quote name='SBVG' timestamp='1359872027' post='2122543']
I'd like to see Norman gain 15 lbs this offseason and improve on his speed. Great tackler though.
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Agreed Norman needs to bulk up as I am sure he will. Let the man put on another 15 pounds and allow him to play aggressive and jam receivers and I believe he will be much improved by next season. Hopefully his lack of playing time towards the end of last season has humbled him to work hard his off season and win a starting job next year.

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Serioulsy, go back and watch tape on Sherman at Stanford. He looked like he wasnt gonna be crap in the NFL. Barely draft-able to me. He damn near did a 360 when he got in the league, you cant see that kind of talent moving over to the league. I always wonder where the switch got flipped on or was he just really coached up by Carroll and company wants he got in the NFL. He is one of the guys you would never see being a stud in the NFL best off college even if he was coached up.

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