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  1. This. Grier may be rawer than Heinicke or Allen *at the moment* but maybe he has a higher ceiling... Got to give him some time to settle in. And I say that as someone who wasn't really thrilled with picking a QB at 100. But I understand Hurney and Tepper's thought process that we need to do more in terms of strengthening our depth at QB and that Grier was an excellent value at 100. I do assume we'll end up with 3 QBs on the roster, even though that's going to create a squeeze at another position.
  2. I read somewhere they're rotating which QB starts which day. Yesterday was Allen, today Heinicke, tomorrow may be Grier... They haven't designated one guy to work with the ones.
  3. Greg and Stew also. The list is pretty heavy on offense. Any other defensive guys? Minter? Ruck? Beason? CJ? Just musing aloud.
  4. Part of it is his improvement on the field the last two years. I think his coverage skills could help us. He's local. Based in / near CLT I believe, so a hope we could maybe get him a bit cheaper if he wants to be here. He's a known name and a lively personality. Adds some spark to our D. (Jackson & Boston together could be fun.) I admit I've been hopeful we'll sign him, but a big part is because I know who he is / have a good idea of what he could bring. So it's lazy for me to throw out his name above other safeties I know almost nothing about.
  5. Nice discussion in this thread. Thanks OP and all. I struggled with the pick at first given all our other needs, but I've come around to supporting it based on value, the insurance it can give, and the idea that if in an ideal scenario where Cam regains MVP form / health and slays the league for the next 2 years you can develop Grier as a trade resource. There's pretty little downside to doing this, and I imagine Tepper's fingerprints are all over this, which I'm ok with.
  6. Hey  KB Fan.   Enjoy your comments.

    Off topic for a minute.  I think you told me you were out of the country.  If that's true,  can you share how one might watch Panther game when in foreign country ?   I will be in France for the Oct 1st game against Atlanta, and would like to watch it if possible (   Paris to be exact, but not sure if there are sports bars there lol, nor if a Panther game would be on,,)  Can we stream games off  FOX  ?

    Thanks for any help

    Travis

  7. A few more links: Rivera post-practice comments - video: http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/videos/Rivera-Young-guys-developing/b670ca66-5ae8-4515-b33b-88b1f7a367a5 Practice Photos at Panthers.com by Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/photo-gallery/Photos-OTAs-Week-2/5ffb1196-6c64-45dc-9531-7b7f53595fc1
  8. Jonathan Jones has an interesting tidbit posted at the Observer this morning: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/nfl-blog/article80954337.html here's an excerpt: Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera had almost reached his boiling point on a hot Tuesday morning less than an hour into his team’s organized team activities session. Furious with how many times his defensive linemen were being fooled by Cam Newton’s hard counts, Rivera almost re-started the entire practice from the beginning. Defenders jumped no fewer than three times, including one from Super Bowl stud defensive end Kony Ealy that had defensive line coach Eric Washington shouting at his players. “I was real close to starting practice over again,” Rivera said. “I know we have a time limit but when the coaches stepped up and just started going right at the guys I backed off and let the coaches handle it.” Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/nfl-blog/article80954337.html#storylink=cpy
  9. Yeah, that was my least favorite Panthers' tidbit to read today. In reality I'd assume Remmers would first get a crack at LT, with D. Williams taking over for Remmers at RT.
  10. Bill Voth has his notes & observations posted. http://blackandbluereview.com/panthers-2nd-offseason-practice-session/
  11. @Nick81, Oher makes Shaq look small in that pic!
  12. He was there. Reports were that he had a pick-six of a pass from Cam to Bersin..., so seems like he's fine. So fortunate. Hope he realizes how blessed he is to be on the field today and not in a hospital bed...
  13. I like that look for Stephen Hill. The mouth guard makes him look like a fierce and formidable competitor. Granted it's just a couple of photos, but he looks focused. Also, sounds like he wants to catch some of that J-No mojo. (Last year it was always J-No who was last off the field, IIRC, and look at the season he had!)
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