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#1784742 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 01:13 PM

He keeps neging me too.

#1784734 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 01:07 PM

Everybody called Alex Smith out for mentioning an opposing player. Smith didn't even take a shot at Cam, he took a shot at the defense if anything. Beason took a shot at Smith, implies Keuchly is going to transition better than the top 2 players in the draft, & keeps talking about how Carolina is going to be a dynasty. Everybody praises him for his leadership & confidence. His last 2 seasons on the field Carolina was 9-23.

Beason did not play last year so how are you gonna hold that against him? The tone of Alex Smith's voice to me, when given his response he seemed like he was taking a shot at Cam AND the Panthers. Beason was asked how about how he thought about Kuechly and said he thinks Kuechly is a safer pick BECAUSE you have to put people around QB's to be successful. Your comprehension needs some work.

#1784727 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 01:01 PM

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#1784721 Panthers: One Of The Least Popular Teams In The Nfl

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:57 PM

The Atlanta Falcons should be more embarrassed than us. Jesus christ, 26th?

#1784715 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:54 PM


PLEASE tell me how is this homerism.

#1784707 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:47 PM

Butthurtness all in this thread.

#1784705 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:47 PM

So when an opposing player is asked questions & gives answers stating his .02 cents & mentions an opposing player everyone bashes him to hell & back saying how dare he. But when a Panther does the exact same thing it's okay because he's confident? Get real. Beason could have praised Luke without mentioning the top 2 picks in the draft by name. He's just stirring poo up.

How the fug did he bash Luck and RG3 jesus christ, you're taking this way too seriously. He simply said he thinks Kuechly(his teammate) was a safer pick. My god.

#1784682 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:30 PM

He was asked numerous questions by the Observer and gave his 2 cent on the Kuechly pick so please stfu.

#1784677 Beason..."kuechly Safer Pick Than Both Luck And Griffin"

Posted by jtnc on 27 May 2012 - 12:26 PM

I'm getting tired of fans who say players talk too much.

#1783924 Teen’S Nfl Dreams Squashed By Fake Rape Claim, Woman Confesses 10 Years Later

Posted by jtnc on 25 May 2012 - 09:33 PM

LONG BEACH, Calif. — The kidnap-rape conviction of a once-promising prep football star was dismissed Thursday following a recantation by his accuser.

Brian Banks collapsed in sobs on the counsel table during a court hearing where a prosecutor quickly conceded the decade-old case and moved for the dismissal.

In the summer of 2002, Banks’ future looked bright: He was a 17-year-old high school football star being heavily recruited by a number of colleges. But in a single day that changed with the accusations of kidnapping and rape by a female student.

He maintained there was no rape and their sexual contact was consensual, but his lawyer urged him to plead no contest rather than risk a sentence of 41 years to life in prison if convicted. He followed the advice and went to prison for six years, shattering his dreams of gridiron glory.

Lawyers for the California Innocence Project were prepared Thursday to argue he should be exonerated.

In a strange turn of events, the woman who accused him a decade ago friended him on Facebook when he got out of prison. Wanetta Gibson explained she wanted to “let bygones be bygones.”
According to documents in the case, she met with Banks and said she had lied; there was no kidnap and no rape and she offered to help him clear his record.

But she subsequently refused to repeat the story to prosecutors because she feared she would have to return a $1.5 million payment from a civil suit brought by her mother against Long Beach schools.

She was quoted as telling Banks: “I will go through with helping you but it’s like at the same time all that money they gave us, I mean gave me, I don’t want to have to pay it back.”
Justin Brooks, a lawyer who heads the Innocence Project, said that Banks has remained on probation, under electronic monitoring, has had to register as a sex offender and has had trouble getting a job.

He said Banks continues to train for what he hopes will be a future chance at a football career.


This is very sad, his life, a education, a possible NFL career.....gone. Because of some money-hungry trick.

#1782975 Jon Beason Responds To Alex Smith Comments

Posted by jtnc on 24 May 2012 - 09:51 PM

No, no he wasn't, top ten yes. And i hope he comes back at full strength no doubt.

Please go post on a redskins forum, no one cares about your trolling opinions on here.

#1782226 Ota Updates/pictures

Posted by jtnc on 24 May 2012 - 09:56 AM

https://twitter.com/...#!/josephperson https://twitter.com/#!/panthers https://twitter.com/...#!/SteveReed_AP

Thomas Davis and John Beeson have arrived at Panthers RTA. Ron Edwards's not in uniform

Jon Beason is also jogging on to the field and is suited up to workout. Good to see him and TD back on the field.

Cam Newton comes running on to the field excited and wearing a smile... Also dressed in long sleeves on a humid morning.

And Ron Edwards. Davis wearing a brace on his right knee. He did not have one on two years ago when he tore his ACL a second time.

Have not yet seen wideout Steve Smith. Told he was at yesterday's OTA.

David Gettis, wearing a brace on his left knee, just slipped coming out of a break.

Undrafted free agent running back Tauren Poole is being held out of most of these drills and doesn't have a helmet.

Kuechly, Beason and Anderson working with the first-team linebackers.

Brandon Hogan getting second-team Reps behind Captain Munnerlyn at corner.

Jeff Otah Working at second-team right tackle behind Byron Bell. Ron Rivera said otah would have to earn his spot.

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Newton, Clausen, Anderson working on QB drills.

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Barnridge, Olsen, Hartstock working on drills.
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#1781689 Alex Smith Had Some Choice Words About Mr. Newton.

Posted by jtnc on 23 May 2012 - 07:49 PM

This guy has gotten extra cocky after ONE season of success, out of his 7 years in the league. What a ***.

#1781630 Steve Smith Isn’T Surprised Some Players Are Broke

Posted by jtnc on 23 May 2012 - 07:11 PM

Plenty of NFL players burn through plenty of money, plenty of times in a given year. Panthers receiver Steve Smith isn’t surprised by this dynamic, and he has a few ideas as to why it happens.

“Mismanagement of money doesn’t change because you have a lot of money, there are a lot of guys out there that make a lot of money and that make a little money and still live paycheck to paycheck,” Smith told WFNZ in Charlotte on Wednesday. “You know, ignorance of how the financial game works or managing money doesn’t exclude you because you have a lot of it, it just enables you to make bigger and dumber mistakes because you have a lot of money.”

Smith also explained that players “sometimes mismanage and mistrust people that they shouldn’t have [trusted],” and that efforts to educate players only go so far, given the nature of how they are paid. “Just because you are in the NFL doesn’t mean there is a different standard, a lot of people work paycheck to paycheck,” Smith said. “I’ll tell you why so many players are broke, 17 weeks out of the year you get paid, and the rest, you have to manage.”

When players can’t manage, trouble can happen. “Some people get dangerous, get desperate, and that’s how you get these guys that do drug runs and start driving down highways with kilos of marijuana just so they can get that fast cash.”

These are great points, and the NFL and NFLPA would be wise to come up with strategies for working against these realities, assuming that NFL and NFLPA are capable of working together in any capacity at the present time. Maybe it’s as simple as converting base salaries to monthly or bi-weekly payments that are made throughout the course of the entire year.

Regardless, there has to be a better way to keep players from going broke, and it makes sense to rely on players who have lived the experience of getting a lot of money in a four-month period and little or no money for the other eight months when coming up with ways to help guys better handle their financial situations.

Steve has been teaching Cam how to manage his money as well.

#1781623 Some Charles Johnson Dl Rankings Per Fo

Posted by jtnc on 23 May 2012 - 07:07 PM

We need someone in the middle for him to take up the double teams, if we can get someone to do that. He could easily get 12 sacks.

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