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Mr. Scot

Member Since 25 Nov 2008
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In Topic: Iconic character - actor combinations

Today, 07:14 PM

i know it was a remake of sorts itself (Scarface) but Pacino is Tony Montana, and im sure that movie will get a remake at some point

i never saw the remake but Robert Englund will always be Freddy Kruger...


Michael Bay has been trying to remake every horror/sci-fi movie of the last few decades, and the results haven't been good.

In Topic: D-Will says he's been released by the Panthers

Today, 07:10 PM

Zod, sometimes news gets posted twice. Actually, duplicate threads happen all the time on the huddle. 


just an honest mistake ... 


You're asking for mercy from someone with a sadistic streak.

In Topic: Panthers Hoping To Sign Oher and Ginn Before Tuesday

Today, 06:58 PM

Dear Dave,




What the hell is wrong with you? :rolleyes:

In Topic: Panthers Sign Michael Oher

Today, 06:56 PM

was Bell ever this bad?


Oh hell yes, and worse.

In Topic: Hawks sign Lynch

Today, 06:54 PM

Too much. How much guaranteed? If they can cut him after this year then smart move


From the link...


Lynch gets $12 million this year, in the form $7.5 million signing bonus and a $4.5 million fully-guaranteed base salary.

In 2016, Lynch (if he plays) will get a base salary of $9 million.  In 2017 (if he plays), it’s a base salary of $7 million in 2017 along with a $3 million roster bonus due on the fifth day of the 2017 league year.

If Lynch retires after 2015, he’d be responsible in theory for paying back $5 million of the signing bonus.  But the Seahawks wouldn’t be required to pursue the money.  If they know going in that he may walk after 2015 (and that probably was one of the subjects discussed at Friday’s sit-down regarding the contract), it would be a surprise if they seek repayment of the money.



I suspect people are already theorizing that this is an 'apology' for the Super Bowl gaffe.


(no idea if there's any truth to that)