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#1802469 Steve Smith's football camp slideshow

Posted by jtnc on 15 June 2012 - 02:21 PM

Courtesy of the observer, Cam was there.


#1801852 Mini Camp Wrap-up video.

Posted by jtnc on 14 June 2012 - 07:47 PM

If you want to disagree you can. I'm afraid that you're wrong though. Calvin Johnson had two feet in and obviously made the catch... But because he went to the ground and the ball touched the ground it wasn't a Touchdown by rule... Even though everyone knew it was a TD

This case isn't even close... Leaped for ball, as he was going down the ball hits the ground (with WR's hands firmly on it) but the ball obviously hits the ground and bounces of the turf and into his chest. No TD

I'm not a Debbie downer... This guy made a great play, even if it were Smitty it wouldn't be a catch though.

Bro, he maintained possession of the ball, the ball did not leave his hands.

And if you're talking about this call, it's not even the same situation. The ball left his hands.

#1801618 OFFICIAL mini camp Updates thread (BOA)

Posted by jtnc on 14 June 2012 - 03:03 PM

Amini Silatolu

Awkward moment of the day: Feeling good about signing autographs for the fans til Cam walks up behind me ‪#lifeofalineman‬

#1800934 Since it's the offseason, check what the Pats did. Snatched Ballard

Posted by jtnc on 13 June 2012 - 07:16 PM

Btw, Belichick has contacted the Saints* for a scrimmage in Foxborough. Saints* will make a decision in 24 hours.

#1800759 Blogger Blitz: Josh Norman

Posted by jtnc on 13 June 2012 - 04:30 PM

We may have aced this draft class.

#1799620 Caption this pic

Posted by jtnc on 12 June 2012 - 03:42 PM

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Panthers Cam Newton (1) jokes with Jimmy Clausen (2) after Clausen slipped on the wet turf during the first day of Panthers minicamp

Read more here: http://www.charlotte...l#storylink=cpy

Btw, you caption it with a song, pic or youtube clip as well.

#1797466 Jaguaring....

Posted by jtnc on 10 June 2012 - 10:52 AM

As if the Jags haven't suffered enough.............

#1796886 NFL star Steve Smith, ex-Tiger DeAngelo Williams get kids up to speed in new...

Posted by jtnc on 09 June 2012 - 09:34 AM

A young boy sat across from DeAngelo Williams, wearing a questioning look as he began taking his shoes off.

"No, I've got that for you," Williams said.

He removed the boy's shoes, then socks and began washing his feet.

NFL stars Steve Smith and Williams were among the volunteers to wash the feet of 500 children and provide them with new socks and shoes.

Smith and Williams, players for the Carolina Panthers, worked alongside Samaritan's Feet in their global goal to provide 10 million children with shoes.

Smith is the NFL ambassador for Samaritan's Feet.

"It is great to see the celebrities humble themselves before these children," said Manny Ohonme, founder of Samaritan's Feet. "This moment will be branded in the hearts of the kids for the rest of their lives. They'll be telling their grandkids about this experience."

Ohonme received his first pair of shoes in Nigeria when he was 9, and years later he decided to create Samaritan's Feet, which focuses on providing impoverished children with shoes.

The organization has touched 4 million lives and is continuing to grow.

Ohonme plans on stretching his 40-city plan in the U.S. to 60, and the group visits four to six other countries every year.

"There are 300 million kids that wake up every morning without shoes when (walking) is their mode of transportation," he said.

Ohonme said that it is a matter of life or death to those children because of the parasites that could infect their feet.

"It's more than just shoes," he said.

Smith became a member of Samaritan's Feet when he was looking for a humanitarian event to participate in with his family and met Ohonme at his church in Charlotte.

"I'm a shoe guy," Smith said. "It was a perfect fit."

Smith has events planned in Los Angeles and Peru in the next few months and is planning a trip to Jerusalem.

"No matter how many children are there (at the event), there are the one or two kids you truly connect with, and the ones that you see a little of yourself in," he said.

"The few kids who step out and give you a hug, or the way they say thank you that is completely different from the others; those are the kids that truly inspire me to help."

For his trip to Memphis, Smith invited Williams, the former University of Memphis star.

"The most rewarding part of this is seeing the smile on the kids' faces after you have a conversation with them," Williams said. "It feels wonderful to have the opportunity to reach into someone's life and help them with something they might not get at home."

Williams said it's always great to be back in Memphis, but it is even better that he is coming back to serve the children.

Streets Ministries of Memphis has participated in Samaritan's Feet for nine years.

"People want to serve, but they don't know how," Smith said.

"I love telling the kids that they can do anything they set their minds to, and it brings a smile to their face; that's when you know you're doing something right."


Good for Steve and D-will.

You can also donate here: https://samaritansfe...3214.0.61277231

#1796324 Dwayne Jarrett has retired

Posted by jtnc on 08 June 2012 - 02:26 PM

Sad day in Carolina folks. :lol:

#1795341 Cam sees room for Improvement.

Posted by jtnc on 07 June 2012 - 03:45 PM

"Your jersey says #1"
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#1794239 Gross: "To be honest with you, I've kind of loved everything that...

Posted by jtnc on 06 June 2012 - 01:59 PM

I've had to refrain from looking at the Saints*** forum for the fact that I get so angry at their stupidity I just might smash my new iPhone 4s. And that just can't happen.

Fug the Taints

Saints** fans are classless, bottom-feeders, always have. Always will be.

#1792678 Sophmore Slump discussion.

Posted by jtnc on 04 June 2012 - 10:50 PM

Oh my god, Jamie Duke is one fuging idiot. To sell tickets? We only drafted Cam to sell tickets? and because he was from the south?
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Chud and the coaching staff knew Cam was special, dispelled all the myths about his questioned work-ethic by the media and saw a guy who truly wanted to be great. And that he'd work hard to get their. I don't know if they knew how good Cam would be so quickly, but they knew he'd be good.

#1791940 The NFL is hiring replacement officials

Posted by jtnc on 04 June 2012 - 09:16 AM

If you didn't think refs/calls couldn't get any worse, think again. Yes, if the Referees Union doesn't reach a deal before the season you will have reserve refs. Who have three months to learn the rule-book.

Adam Schefter

Talks between NFL and officials for new deal have broken off. NFL has advised all teams it is now working to hire replacement officials.


#1791390 Decent headphones/earbuds for the money.

Posted by jtnc on 03 June 2012 - 03:23 PM

I have two pairs, one set for occassional use.
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And another pair for when I'm working out, cutting grass, etc. Because they never fall out.

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Both are extremely affordable and work very well. (These are probably the pair you're looking for)

#1791386 Just curious. Have some balls & tell the truth. Cam Bandwagoner, Panthers...

Posted by jtnc on 03 June 2012 - 03:19 PM

Always been a Panther fan, with or without Cam. I wear my gear, proudly. Even though I catch some flak for it. <_<

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