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JakeDel5674

Skins looking to trade Norman. Or flat out release him.

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While everybody is screaming for WR's. This is my dream target. Bring him back home, he never wanted to leave. This guy is Carolina, we lost our swagger on defense when he left. Lets end this the right way.

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Opened post expecting some unnamed source or pure speculation.

Leaving giddy as hell. This would be a dream scenario.

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Bring him back. I’d be all for it as long as it’s a reasonable contract. 

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i wonder if he’d take a lower salary on a better team now that he scratched his payday itch

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Gettleman was right.  Period.

Sign him for the vet min or let someone else over pay him.

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Makes you wonder if his agent is the one “talking” about this. 

Does no favors for the Washington team to have this be known and talked about if they try and trade them. 

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Just now, WOW!! said:

I know 2 panther fans who think he sucks.. But please let him come home. 

Nobody cares what you think. Stay outta my threads hoe. 

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2 minutes ago, Shocker said:

Gettleman was right.  Period.

Sign him for the vet min or let someone else over pay him.

Gettleman botched the hell out of that situation and I bet he'd even admit as much in private. We kept a ton of cap space on the sidelines during the active portion of free agency with Norman designated to be tagged and then once every other viable option was gone, we rescind the tag then we're forced to spam picks at CB in the draft just to be able to field a secondary. It was Gettleman's biggest blunder by far.

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