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Errr.. its Greg Gatson, not Gaston. Not a good sign when the team misspells your name.

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Errr.. its Greg Gatson, not Gaston. Not a good sign when the team misspells your name.

 

Neither is it a good sign when you are referring to your first string as the practice squad . . . 

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I watched Presley play at App. Not sure how good he is as a corner.

 

Well, the Dolphins cut him last year.

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to the practice squad.

 

Carolina Panthers @Panthers 2m

The #Panthers have signed CB Greg Gaston and and CB De’Andre Presley to the practice squad and released WR James Shaw.

 

Hey, I know those guys!

 

Gatson was actually defensive captain at EBU (East Bumfug University for those not in the know), and Presley once played junior varsity football.

 

We're good to go!

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I haven't seen yet, but who is officially 'out' this weekend, other than Godfrey?

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I haven't seen yet, but who is officially 'out' this weekend, other than Godfrey?

 

FIrst injury report out later today.

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And here I thought we needed starters. Maybe we just need better coaches and coordinators, or am I wrong about that too.

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