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The last time there was this much buzz about a controversial player possibly signing

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Key was not that controversial. I thought that the Panthers might sign him, and was glad when they did. I thought he had matured .

But this other thing you are implying.... :willy_nilly: :rofl:

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I don't remember there being any buzz until keyshawn actually showed up in town...

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Hurney flat out said we weren't interested in Keyshawn, then John Kerry'd and signed him anyway. Methinks he has learned from that experience, and now he wont verbally close any doors when it comes to the possibility of signing someone. Especially if it's quite likely that we are, in fact, interested in said player. :)

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As previosly stated, Meshawn was actually in town when the buzz started..4

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1. Keyshawn was controversial enough to get thrown off the team for threatening to hold out if Henning was fired in 2007. No, he wasn't in jail, but let's not pretend that we only sign/retain exclusively angelic players.

2. Obviously he hasn't signed now, but if he shows up in Charlotte in a week or two, don't be surprised. Hell the "insider" tipoffs are already coming in. :)

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