nope, companies do handle issues internally, all the time, WITHOUT the courts telling them how yo do so. The difference here, is Brady has a lot of money to throw at this, all in the name of protecting his legacy.
This is America, where if you have enough money, you can get away with murder.
I don't think any man is perfect. I also know the Panthers haven't had many opportunities in the recent years to truly address the position, like most of us would like it to be. The efforts to obtain talent has been there. The effort in coaching them up has been there. Once again, no team plans on losing their #1. Just ask geeenbay.
dismiss others all you want to. That's very two faced, but that isn't anything new with you. No team in the NFL plans on losing there #1 receiver. Wish you'd post with some actual reality. let's comment on that 2003 corp. Two receivers on affordable contracts, and one vet free agent. Health goes a long ways. The Panthers have had some very good receiving corps. Unfortunately there were many seasons where the players assembled failed to produce as the team envisioned, but none of that takes away from the talent that was assembled for this season.
poo happens, no reason to blame management for things that are beyond their control.
Love the fact that when sensible people post with common sense, we're defending the player. Seems to me, the Panthers believe in Corey Brown. So once again, it doesn't matter what we think. Although, I personally feel Corey Brown had a good enough rookie season, especially as an UDFA, that he has earned more play time. The coaches obviously feel that way also. That isn't defending him, that's just stating what has happened. His drops this preseason is frustrating - but it's only preseason. He's getting way to much hate for that.
the Panthers woud have had arguably one of the best receiving corps in it's history this season, but for one injury. And KB will be back. We got a young group. They will grow. Just a few things I've picked up on.