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Big day for Greg Olsen’s Kicks for a Cure kickball tournament in Chicago. Turns out, that this is the largest charitable kickball tournament around with over 1000 participants. Great Job Greg! :
— Greg Olsen (@gregolsen82) June 21, 2014
Joe Person – The Charlotte Observer :
The last of the OTAs for the Panthers came to a close on Thursday, and the team will be off for a month until Spartanburg in July. Until training camp opens up, here are 20 observations from Joe Person about what was seen during OTAs.
13WMAZ.com, Hawkinsville, GA :
DE Charles Johnson returns to his roots every summer to put on a football camp in his hometown. He is also a very active member in the community with his Charles Johnson foundation.
James Dator – Cat Scratch Reader :
Kelvin Benjamin is backing up his FSU resume thus far during the OTAs that were held over the past month. Here’s a little insight on why he is succeeding so far.
Robert Lester is ready to buy a new pet…. but not sure if he will have luck finding it at PETCO :
Think ima buy me a alligator… Is that legal?
— Robert Lester (@RobertLester_37) June 22, 2014
Well, it’s definitely a slow Panthers news day Cat Crave Nation, and we are hitting the brutal stretch of the waiting game until the boys head to Spartanburg. 78 days until we kickoff against Tampa, and Nate Chandler is ready to make his impact felt in 2014.