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Ted Ginn joins the Panthers on a one-year deal

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Panthers signed WR/KR Ted Ginn, formerly of the 49ers, to a one-year contract.

Ginn also drew interest from the Bengals. His main contributions will be in the return game, replacing former third-round bust Armanti Edwards. The Panthers' receiving depth chart still doesn't bring much to the table beyond Steve Smith and Brandon LaFell, so Ginn could challenge for third-wideout snaps. Ginn, who turns 28 next month, averaged 10.2 yards on 32 punt returns in 2012. Mar 21 - 5:10 PM

Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/4168/player?r=1

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Putting Ginn in on those end-arounds that usually go to Lafell will be magic.

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Putting Ginn in on those end-arounds that usually go to Lafell will be magic.

The LaFell end arounds are surprisingly effective because the defense falls asleep watching him run so damn slow. I truly love it and laugh.

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Patrick Willis, Vilma, Lofton.

LMAO...... Lofton.... Seriously.

Wow. You lost your argument for just using Lofton in a debate about NFL coverage linebackers.

You actually probably picked the worst coverage linebacker in the NFL with Lofton and putting him ahead of Kuechly in pass coverage tells me you either don't watch football or simply just don't understand it.

Here's Kuechly's draft profile from a credible site..... lmao BR....

http://www.nfl.com/d...chly?id=2533056

STRENGTHS

Kuechly is one of the most instinctual and technically sound linebackers to enter the draft in years, and he had the tackle production throughout his career to back it up. He is able to avoid trash at his knees and is elite when it comes to shedding blockers and keeping himself free to the ball. He is excellent working over the top of tight ends to maul and delay their release, and is capable of running with them down the field. He has the sudden burst and long speed to cover a very wide range against the run and is an extremely sure-handed tackler.

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Patrick Willis, Vilma, Lofton.

You're citing two of three linebackers on the worst defense in NFL history as examples of the elite?

Seriously? :unsure:

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Been awhile since I've seen this much fail on the interweb and that's saying a lot.

Kuechly was said to be by many respected analysts to be one of the best coverage LBs to come out of college in years.

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Kuechly plays a LOT faster than his 40 time.

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Kuechly plays a LOT faster than his 40 time.

That's what instincts will do for you. Running in the 4.5s is no joke for a LB already. But, when you combine good instincts with 4.5 speed, you get a blazing fast LB.

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Yep he hits that hole hard....badabum tsssshhh

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1. Let me make this statement. fug Rivera's doghouse. It's the strangest poo ever. How players get on it is a mystery and if he let's his doghouse get in the way of putting a talented player on the field. Then he won't be the coach for long.

2. Gettis has a few things going for him.

He's cheap.

He's young.

He has more upside then any WR on this roster.

Last not only is he a deep threat with track speed. He is a big target in the Red zone.

Something Gettlemen mention he wanted.

Damn it, KKL, if you aren't singing LaFell's praises, you are singing an ode to Gettis. In reality, LaFell is a WR3, plain and simple, and Gettis is a big question mark that could easily be cut, cheap or not (especially when you have guys like Barden and Hixon out there that Gettleman knows).

Rivera is simple, really: Handle your business and you find your way onto the field. fug up, and you get intimate with the bench. It's really nothing mysterious about it.

And saying that Gettis has more upside than any WR on this roster (other than Smitty, I assume), really ain't saying anything because our WR corps is upside down---like a loan.

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now give me denario alexander

If this would happen, you can say good bye to Lamont Bryant and David Gettis. Which would not be a bad thing.

What exactly would need to happen in order for this to come to fruition?

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Damn it, KKL, if you aren't singing LaFell's praises, you are singing an ode to Gettis. In reality, LaFell is a WR3, plain and simple, and Gettis is a big question mark that could easily be cut, cheap or not (especially when you have guys like Barden and Hixon out there that Gettleman knows).

Rivera is simple, really: Handle your business and you find your way onto the field. fug up, and you get intimate with the bench. It's really nothing mysterious about it.

And saying that Gettis has more upside than any WR on this roster (other than Smitty, I assume), really ain't saying anything because our WR corps is upside down---like a loan.

I'm sorry I support the Player on our team that have actually shown talent. I promise to keep doing it as long as I can.

By the way Lafell is a solid number #2 Wr and untill Gettis is cut he still in the plans and has value.

It is very easy to cut him without any cap hit but they haven't done it yet. So somebody in that buliding may see the same value I see in him.

Rivera is simple, really: Handle your business and you find your way onto the field. fug up, and you get intimate with the bench. It's really nothing mysterious about it.

That didn't seem the rule with Nake or any of the Guards that were getting Cam killed.

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