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UNCrules2187

Cut: WR Joe Adams, DT Frank Kearse

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We got Kuechly in that draft. IMO if we had gotten him and traded the rest for the of the picks for a bag of rocks it still would have been a successful draft.

If you look at it that way.

We pretty much gotten only "three" players (Cam/Luke/Alexander) out of 15 draft picks from 2011-2012. Im not including Amini until he proves something. Luckily, two of the three (Cam/Luke) are franchise players.

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How is Fua getting chances after chances, but Adams don't?

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Dude, he was waived/injured. I think you'll find out how little the rest of the league cares about Adams when he reverts back to our IR, then you'll have your wish next season (maybe).

I'm sure the league cares very little about AE and Fua too.

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How is Fua getting chances after chances, but Adams don't?

Because Fua isn't hurt.

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Because Fua isn't hurt.

 

It's like talking to a brick wall.

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We're going to regret cutting Adams, guarantee it.

 

if he couldn't get on the field in Carolina as a WR/KR.........good luck.

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It's like talking to a brick wall.

It's much more intelligence for the so called "bright" dude to keep talking to the wall right?

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I really have a bad feeling that Fua will make the roster. I hope I'm wrong.

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I really have a bad feeling that Fua will make the roster. I hope I'm wrong.

Tell me about it.

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Because Fua isn't hurt.

Like they said, an injured anybody is better than a healthy Fua.

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