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Armanti getting the love from LaFell and Smitty

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Everyone he endorses or shows a liking to in the past seems to get routinely cut

 

Cam Newton.

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Everyone he endorses or shows a liking to in the past seems to get routinely cut

 

 

You exist just to take a poo on stuff don't you.

 

Yes, there is a chance that Armanti doesn't translate well again this year.

 

But there is a chance that what he has shown in camp, and the words of his teammates and coach are right on, and he breaks wide open.

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this is actually a panther fan site. so most people want players to succeed, even if history shows otherwise.

 

 

 

 

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Cam Newton.

 

 

I hear he might break out this year, but I doubt it.

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The Bears game could be the real litmus test for him. They're a violent defense that likes to hit. I'd give him some slants and crossing routes across the middle and see how he does.

 

 

Very good sir. Lets see it against da bears and ill be encouraged. Ill be even happier if he's out there only in the first quarter.

 

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Armanti worked closely with Muhsin Muhammad on his hands during the offseason and has wowed everyone in camp with his dramatic improvement.

 

In 2011.

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It is certainly the year of step up or ship out for AE, and I'll take these comments to be a positive sign.

 

Now let's see what he does against the Bears second stringers on Friday..

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 I can't wait to see what AE does this week I'm glad to really be hearing all the hard work he's put in.

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It is certainly the year of step up or ship out for AE, and I'll take these comments to be a positive sign.

Now let's see what he does against the Bears second stringers on Friday..

I just wanna see him take a pop over the middle. See how he responds.

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Armanti worked closely with Muhsin Muhammad on his hands during the offseason and has wowed everyone in camp with his dramatic improvement.

In 2011.

It wasn't hard to show improvement over that abysmal rookie campaign. Going from QB to PR to WR etc is a very tough job for anyone, especially a rookie.

Not sure what your point is. Yes we have heard something similar to this, but everything we are hearing now is that he may have finally put it all together as a receiver which is good news for us. We will see, but there is no point in trying to play the 'we have heard this before' card, unless you're just being negative.

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