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Carolina Panthers Training Camp Update - aka Zod's Storybook

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awesome as usual. thanks zod

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How is Joe Adams doing?  I have not heard much about him.  Is he still having trouble securing the ball?  How does he look as a receiver?

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Zod- are you going to do a themed thread like last year's Marvel one?

 

That was legendary- I've been thinking forward to this year's since then.

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Solid updates good sir.  Much appreciated. 

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Thanks man.  Good stuff.

 

Is Armond eligible for PS?  Anyone know?

 

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This is the type of content that no other site offers. This is the type of content that makes putting up with the morons worth it.

Great write up, awesome pics as usual and thank you very much!

What he said. Awesome stuff, Zod.

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Many thanks for the updates and pics

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Zod for camp MVP? I think so!

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This is why I've stopped seeking out articles on the Panthers. Who needs other sources when The Huddle exists?

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Thanks man. Good stuff.

Is Armond eligible for PS? Anyone know?

I believe he was only on it last year, so yes. Poole should be as well because he wasn't on the active roster, but IR

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