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Brief conversation w/ Luke Kuechly after practice

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Dang, his arms in that pic... :blink:

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You should have been different and asked him to sign your forehead instead of that little card.

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You should have been different and asked him to sign your forehead instead of that little card.

 

That would have been quite an achievement with him in the stands.

 

(granted, someone could dangle him over the edge)

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Probably my favorite Panther after Steve Smith. I have found it difficult to fall in love with other players as much as I have loved 89 through out all these years as being a fan, but Luke has quickly put himself on my top 2 list.

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It sounds like a real friendship is growing between our quarterback of the offense and quarterback of the defense. The fact that one is Superman and the other Clark Kent has to be some sort of cosmic coincidence. Awesome stuff.

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He kept on making eye contact with those of us actually talking to him while he was just blindly signing stuff.

 

 

 

 

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Dang, his arms in that pic... :blink:

 

Agreed.  But you want to talk about arms...

 

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I really love Hurney for picking Luke. Not everything he did was bad. 

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Agreed.  But you want to talk about arms...

 

Luke's are more defined, but yeah Lotulelei's arms are huge :blink:

 

Think what he can do with them once he's coached up on pro level technique.

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