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Leeroy Jenkins PhD

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#1761046 Bucs Sign Paralyzed Former Rutgers Player Eric Legrand

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 02 May 2012 - 09:55 AM

I love how this article state's "raise awareness to help find a cure"

To help find a cure? for spinal injuries??

C'Mon man, to help improve rehabilitation techniques maybe. Cures do not exist for physical injuries only prevention and rehabilitation.

While were at it, lets find a cure for concussions.


#1756656 My .02 Cents After Watching Draft Recap Videos On Panthers.com

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 28 April 2012 - 10:51 PM

Gained credibility at "fat, lazy bastard"


#1755482 Just When You Think

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 28 April 2012 - 02:00 PM

Just when you think the front office can't get any worse they do something like draft Josh Normon...










And totally redeem themselves!


#1722598 Draft Rumor: Jets Might Want To Move Up Into The Top Ten For Ingram

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 08 April 2012 - 10:58 PM

I would move back to 16th for their 1st round pick next year. If they let The Golden Calf of Bristol get some snaps, it could be a very valuable pick next year.


#1710916 Bruce Campbell A Panther...

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 30 March 2012 - 07:58 PM

http://en.wikipedia....ri_malformation

This is Campbell's brain issue.


If that is the case, it is also very possible that he has other issues. Any form of hydrocephalus can lead to severe cognitive impairment. For those of you not studying Neuro, it is associated with the inability of your body to dispose of Cerebral Spinal Fluid through the arachnoid space usually requiring a shunt or drainage device.

Until it is discovered and treated, it leads to pressure on the brain, just as seen in head trauma cases with internal bleeding. This pressure causes numerous cognitive impairments most often associated with processing speed and memory.


#1694906 Tolbert To Play Fb

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 19 March 2012 - 04:15 PM

http://espn.go.com/b...ert-at-fullback

But mostly out my ass


#1694896 Tolbert To Play Fb

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 19 March 2012 - 04:11 PM

Our offense is going smack some people in the mouth next year.

http://espn.go.com/b...ert-at-fullback


#1689388 Leeroy's Panther draft prediction

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 15 March 2012 - 01:28 PM

I think best case scenario would be to trade down with New England and see if we can pull Brokers/Poe/still and Jenkins in the late 1st


#1689172 to the disgruntled Panther fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 15 March 2012 - 11:51 AM

I am not so sure it is about our lack of cap space. Our NFL front office has been historically very good about manipulating the current contracts and cap management.

If we were 30 million under, do you think we would have brought in any of the top tier FA's? Most likely not. That is the way of the Panthers and one of the reasons I love this team. I agree with their strategy. The second we pay Mario Williams 100+ million dollars when he has never done anything for our Franchise is the second I question the intelligence of our front office.

You pay players for their performance on their initial contracts. You reward those individuals who have been performing for you. Not some DE with no team loyalty trying to sell his services to the highest bidder. At least that is my opinion. I like the way our team does business.


#1689017 to the disgruntled Panther fans

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 15 March 2012 - 10:19 AM

The Panthers are not making any large FA signings. Let me try and explain a couple of reasons why for those of you who think the sky is falling.

A. Spending large amounts in FA is a recipe for disaster. On the positive side, you are getting a player who has proven himself in the NFL, but, you are also paying much more for a player who is most likely reaching the middle/end of their career and competing with other NFL for high caliber FA’s will no doubt drive the price up. With certain franchises willing to drastically overpay for the top talent, it is a better strategy to allow those teams to max their spending limits early and find talent that might be overlooked.


B. Our team is relatively young. If you think about the positions we would be targeting in FA, we also have young talented players already in the mix at most of those positions. Why would we bring in an older veteran player to compete with the youth we have already established. Especially when you consider that our couching staff is entering their second year and did not have a full offseason to work with the young players. I expect big improvement out of Fua, Bell, Hogan, Kearse, Keiser, McClain, Stanford and numerous other 2nd year players who will have a full offseason of weight training, conditioning, and learning the system


C. It is hard to bring in a veteran player at a position where we have players coming off injuries. If we brought in a veteran replacement and the injured player recovers fully from his ailment, we have wasted cap space. Don’t forget that we finished the season with 18 players on IR. The most notable being Beason, Davis, Edwards, Gettis, Otah, Goodson, and numerous others.


TLDR: We are not entering the FA bidding market because: FA’s cost more than they are worth due to overspending franchises, our team is young and entering their 2nd year under a new coaching staff with no offseason training last year, we have 18 players coming off injury who need to be evaluated.


#1632564 NJPanthers, your Twitter source for "Inside Information for the Carolina...

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 28 January 2012 - 04:19 PM

Ya know, its funny. I know Guy Whimper, RT from the Jaguars personally. If we did or didn't have a conversation about the status of Del Rio and Garrard over the summer, I would not go public with that information.

It was (or wasn't) a conversation between friends. Whoever this "source" is, I hope he knows his words are being spread over the internet.


#1579383 Bring in Peyton Hillis as FB?

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 23 December 2011 - 04:02 PM

We need to bring in Bolt at WR and Shaq at TE. Get a couple professional sumo wrestlers to come play on the line. Hmmm, Chuck Norris would make a great kicker. I love threads like these.


#1315772 Please stop booing jimmy!!

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 08 August 2011 - 06:18 PM

Leave britney alone!


#1268978 Jeff King

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 16 July 2011 - 06:32 PM

my sources tell me:

QB Keith Null and QB Brian St. Pierre will not be retained.

My sources gave me 2 names. Oh, and Cam newton will wear #6.....

(Lets see where being the prognosticator gets me)


#1242984 Did Richardson set us up for success

Posted by Leeroy Jenkins PhD on 23 June 2011 - 01:48 PM

I truly believe that after the success at the end of the 2009 season, JR really thought we could win with our young talent. If you remember that end stretch where almost every veteran was on IR, we won 4 of the last 5 games. This was with Matt Moore at QB. I even believed we had a good young team. and who is to say he was wrong. The coaching in 2010 was probably the worst attempt at NFL coaching in the history of the league. Aside from Ron Meeks and the defense, offensivly we tossed in the towel in week 2!

Davidson and Fox were the worst possibly coaches I have seen in my history of watching the NFL!!

I am not completely sure he thought we were tanking that season. I think he (JR) believed we could win games with what we had on our roster. I don't think JR could have comprehended the sheer idiocy our coaching staff would present week in and out in 2010.

I also agree that he didn't think there would be football this year. It explains why he allowed our team to fall apart. With no moves in FA and not signing any contract extensions, he was protecting his wallet for a year without football.

In hindsight, with the likelyhood of football being played this year, his decisions look foolish.

Hopefully flooding the market with FA's will allow for a buyers market for the teams with money to spend. If we can bring back our core talent for cheap, due to the fact that there will be so many available FA's, this could leave us cap room to really improve our team.




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