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Panthers minicamp observations and such


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18 minutes ago, Zod said:

Jeremy Chinn is turning into the leader of this defense. He is a different guy on the sideline this season. Much more relaxed, talkative, and amped at the same time. 

Good. I was hoping he would step into that role. 

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In the CB's versus WR's battles, do you feel like we are as good of a unit as last year in the WR ranks?

Who is standing out the most at CB and WR? Doesn't necessarily have to be the new players, just who are the stand out guys overall. 

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14 minutes ago, kungfoodude said:

In the CB's versus WR's battles, do you feel like we are as good of a unit as last year in the WR ranks?

Who is standing out the most at CB and WR? Doesn't necessarily have to be the new players, just who are the stand out guys overall. 

Losing Curtis Samuel hurt. If the guys practicing yesterday was all we had then yeah, big step backwards. But maybe Terrace Marshall and/or Shi Smith will make us better when they start practicing. 

 

Bouye and Jackson have looked very good. The rookie Taylor has also made plays. If Horn hasn't practiced much but if he can get up to speed quickly then the whole unit is going to be so much better than last season. 

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Thanks for the info on this. You've seen a lot of these offseason training opportunities over the years and your judgement is pretty educated.

Do you think Chinn is going to become a Mike Minter back there at safety? Before Luke came around, Mike was the best at reading offenses and moving his chess pieces around to put us in good position. 

Also, any sightings of Christian Miller? Linebacker or DE? 

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How has Darnold looking throwing compared to Delhomme, Bridgewater & Cam?

I haven't been to a ton of practices but I'm sure You can see a difference in starting caliber QBs compared to the Griers, Allens and David Carrs of the past.

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2 minutes ago, bLACKpANTHER said:

How has Darnold looking throwing compared to Delhomme, Bridgewater & Cam

Not as comfortable as those guys but that's to be expected as he is new to system. Bridgewater looked more comfortable having played in New Orleans. Going to take Darnold more time to get acclimated.

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