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@  PantherFan007 : (27 July 2016 - 06:50 PM)

Hmmmm... Doesn't really surprise me about Bene... concerns me, but no surprise.

@  thecross : (27 July 2016 - 03:57 PM)

New guy Leonard Johnson will start on PUP too. Now that's not good at all.

@  thecross : (27 July 2016 - 03:36 PM)

Bene starting Camp on PUP list. Kind of hate that. But I guess it will give the rookies more time with the ones to see what they got.

@  Carol : (27 July 2016 - 06:43 AM)

I finally figured that out, 007! lol I guess I really am a newbie now :( .

@  PantherFan007 : (26 July 2016 - 05:22 PM)

The smileys have all changed, well most of them, Carol, but you can still click on the Smilies box and add them

@  Carol : (26 July 2016 - 02:00 PM)

Hmmm...guess I can't type in the smileys so adding to the below... :(

@  Carol : (26 July 2016 - 01:58 PM)

You asked thoughts about liking the Shoutbox appearing on every page but I lost my place. IMO, not so much. :sad2:

@  PantherFan007 : (19 July 2016 - 09:24 PM)

Before, when I added the Shoutbox on every page, it slowed the forum way down to a crawl, but now on the new install, it doesn't seem to affect the performance.

@  iiwii : (19 July 2016 - 05:29 PM)

Hey, that is cool. I always wanted a way to monitor threads and the shoutbox. This is perfect.

@  MyPanthers : (19 July 2016 - 04:18 PM)

Dang, I thought I got kicked off. lol

@  Good_Riddance : (19 July 2016 - 11:27 AM)

agree with thecross, it will be nice to be able to still see all of the shoutbox stuff while reading forum posts.

@  thecross : (19 July 2016 - 09:31 AM)

Should be a good feature. I have often wondered why we don't use the shoutbox more. Like when we're all watching early games when the Panthers play late.

@  PantherFan007 : (18 July 2016 - 08:17 PM)


@  PantherFan007 : (18 July 2016 - 07:00 PM)

You will notice the Shoutbox is back up, and it's installed on all pages of the Forum. Thoughts? ~dg!~

@  Guest : (18 July 2016 - 06:55 PM) Congratulations, you have successfully installed Shoutbox!
Now you need to setup the shoutbox permissions in ACP -> Members TAB -> Member Groups -> Manage Member Groups -> Edit a Group -> Shoutbox TAB

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Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Yesterday, 07:04 PM

Sounds like he has Football on his mind.  He seems a lot more laid back than we've seen him in the past; perhaps it's confidence, or maturity... or both. 





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Toggle %s Rivera, Gettleman talk Camp (videos and article)

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Yesterday, 06:59 PM

Good stuff.  I'm excited that we are getting closer to Panthers Football :headbang:







SPARTANBURG, S.C. – "The thing going into this training camp is that as far as I'm concerned, we're the hunted," head coach Ron Rivera said. "We are were a lot of people want to be, so as far as we're concerned as a football team, we have to take care of business and do things the right way. I'm excited about that. We've got to hold ourselves as accountable as a football team."

Rivera's team reported to training camp Wednesday, on the eve of the Panthers' first practice. Here are some thoughts from Rivera and general manager Dave Gettleman before things get underway.


On being the hunted after winning the NFC Championship: "Everybody is 0-0, but sometimes your reputation is going to proceed itself. That's where we are now. People are going to look at us and say, ‘Last year they were this. Last year they were that.' The truth of the matter is that they're going to approach us a little bit different than they have in the past. That's just a function of the success we've had. We have to understand that that's exactly what we're going to get. We're not going to be able to show up and take anybody for granted. We're going to get their best, and we have to prepare like that."

On the team building process: "We have the core for the most part. We're returning all five offensive linemen. We're returning the bulk of our defensive line, our linebacking cores. That's great, but you still have to work on and develop that rapport because what we're going to have in that locker room is going to be vastly different. We have to make sure we create the 2016 version. You can't use the 2015 version; it ain't going to work."

On conditioning tests earlier Wednesday: "Everybody worked out very nicely. I was very pleased. I watched some people specifically – watched Kelvin (Benjamin). Real pleased with what I saw. Stephen Hillicon-article-link.gif moved around real well. That was good to see because of what they went through."

On timetable for Bene Benwikereicon-article-link.gif's return from his ankle injury: "I don't want to say he'll be back in a week. It's about how he's coming along, how he's progressing. We're trying to make sure we prevent a setback."

On Kawann Shorticon-article-link.gif's contract situation: "I'm confident that we're going to try, that they're going to try. We're trying to do something that's going to benefit and the young man. We'll see what happens. They're going to put their best foot forward, and we're going to put our best, and we'll see what happens and hopefully it is positive."

On reigning NFL MVP Cam Newtonicon-article-link.gif: "His game can continue to grow, and he can continue to get better. He's the type of football player whose skill set and what he can do as a football player almost seems unlimited at times. As we continue to evolve on the offensive side and he continues to grow and learn, we can continue to become more dynamic. … For the things that he does, to expect him to do more, people say, ‘Oh, you're crazy.' But with him, there always has to be that carrot, always has to be that challenge. Can he get better? I really think so."



On the plan with Benewikere, fellow cornerback Leonard Johnsonicon-article-link.gif not practicing: "The three young kids and Lou Youngicon-article-link.gif got a ton of reps during OTAs, and it's going to continue. You can't get better watching. You've got to be between the white lines."

On his excitement regarding Benjamin's return: "Oh my Lord. You know, we are all excited. Obviously, he gave us a taste of where he was going last year with the first couple weeks of camp and the game against Buffalo in the preseason. He's a huge presence. He's the real deal, we all know that. We're going to run the twin towers out there with Greg Olsenicon-article-link.gif – you're running some big people out there. It helps."

On Short contract situation: "We're in conversation, and as long as you're in conversation, something good can happen. I've said it to you guys before, contracts get done when they're supposed to."

On Kurt Colemanicon-article-link.gif's contract extension: "We talk about fit all the time, and one of the things we work hard at is bringing guys in that fit our scheme. And Kurt is a great fit for us. He's a pro's pro. Obviously, he had a career year last year. He did everything we asked. He adds a veteran presence to the DB room, which is important. We worked really hard at it – both sides – and we're really thrilled that he's here long term."

On the lack of offseason departures in the coaching staff: "It's huge. That kind of continuity is just so important. Why is football so difficult? It's because you have 63 players and there are so many moving parts. Well, look at your coaching staff. You've got 17 coaches, and that's a ton of moving parts. I mean, I'm shocked. I'm absolutely shocked that we lost nobody. And I'm very selfishly thrilled."

On expectations for Newton: "For him to continue to grow. Cam, he's a special talent. We all know that. To deny that you'd have brain damage. He gets it, he understands the responsibilities. Last year was not a mirage. I cannot emphasize this enough: It's really important to him. The kid is a tremendous competitor, and at the end of the day, all he wants to do is win."



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Toggle %s Camp Update - Kuechly All Clear, Bene to PUP.

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Yesterday, 06:56 PM

Not really a surprise about Benwikere, but not a great sign.  Also CB Leonard Johnson was placed on PUP after Achilles surgery after being released by the Pats.  Why, I must ask, did we pick up a guy (a cornerback, no less) who was released from another team after tearing his Achilles Tendon?


Great news about Luke Kuechly, though.  All clear to practice, as well as Kelvin Benjamin.  :headbang:





SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Cornerback Bene Benwikereicon-article-link.gif, a leading candidate to start this season, will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Benwikere is still recovering from the broken ankle he suffered late last season.

In addition, fellow cornerback Leonard Johnsonicon-article-link.gif is being placed on the non-football injury list (Achilles). He suffered the injury last season with the Patriots but did not undergo surgery until after his release.

"We decided that’s the best way to go with both guys," general manager Dave Gettleman said. "They are both talented, and we just wanted to do the right thing. After talking with (head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion) and the docs, we thought this was the best way to go."

Both players count against the 90-man roster limit, and both can be activated at any time.

Benwikere was a limited participant during OTAs and minicamp, but is not quite ready to push it further. Johnson was signed July 14, after OTAs and minicamp were complete.

"The thing about him starting on PUP is that it gives him an opportunity to continue his rehab," head coach Ron Rivera said. "Everybody needs to understand that what he did was very traumatic to that ankle, and it takes a matter of time. Rather than exposing him to the work out there, we’re going to continue to expose him to the rehab program and make sure he’s 100 percent before we throw him out there."

With Benwikere and Johnson sidelined, the young cornerbacks – namely the rookie trio of James Bradberryicon-article-link.gif, Daryl Worleyicon-article-link.gif and Zack Sanchezicon-article-link.gif – will get plenty of opportunities to prove they belong.

"Short term, the young kids are going to get the reps," Gettleman said. "We really focus on making sure they get reps. Even if Bene was active, they were going to get their reps. The situation is going to be good for them."

Linebacker Luke Kuechlyicon-article-link.gif (shoulder) and wide receiver Kelvin Benjaminicon-article-link.gif (knee) were given the "all clear" to practice.

"But again, we’re going to bring guys accordingly along," Rivera explained. "We’re not just going to throw guys out there just because they’ve been given the all-go that haven’t been out on the field and have them go from 25 miles per hour to 100 miles per hour. We’re going to be very judicious with the young men who did not participate in OTAs and the minicamp."


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Toggle %s Duh! Just realized this (Shoutbox)

Posted By:  Carol @ Yesterday, 07:17 AM

We were talking about the Shoutbox being on every page.  I just realized it doesn't have to be.  If you change the preferences under "Display Global Shoutbox" from "my prefs" on the Shoutbox page from "YES"  to "NO" it won't appear on every page.  On gamedays if you want both, just change it back to "yes".... DUH! :Old:

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Toggle %s Coleman Extended 3yrs

Posted By:  thecross @ 26 July 2016 - 07:50 PM
Great news! One more to go!

Panthers safety Kurt Coleman has agreed to a three-year extension that he will sign on Wednesday, a league... es.pn/2afEHaG
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