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Since Peppers is almost certainly gone, some people will have egg on their faces

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At the end of the season, the posters with supposed inside information here were unanimous (I believe) in saying that Peppers was going to either resign or be tagged. Supposedly credible Panther beat writers swore up and down that Peppers would be back.

Now the buzz from EVERYWHERE, locally and nationally, is saying that Peppers is gone on Thursday.

If that happens, can we finally shut the door on these people supposedly being credible?

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who cares, maybe they had good reason to believe he would stay... no reason to run around waving your dick

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Are you asking so that you can make "Welcome To The Club" T-shirts for them?

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Can people stop acting like they know what's going to happen with Peppers please?

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I know a lot of people assume I had/do have connections, but I have always denied it... (or have I? ;) )

I'm sure you're talking about me, because I have been such a vocal supporter...

Personally, I still see Pep here for some reason or another after March 5th, the worst of which is if we decide not to tag him and risk letting him simply walk... It's just too bad for business from multiple aspects for Peppers NOT to be a Panther at some point in March...

If I'm wrong, I'm wrong... I've always said I'll eat my share of crow...

But when I'm right, don't expect me to not return said egg many of you are so eagerly awaiting to throw...

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*waits for SLJ to come in and yell NO EGG ON MY FACE!*

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As many times as I heard that such and such was very credible and knowledgeable and I said they were full of poo, one gloating thread seemed to be warranted.

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who cares, maybe they had good reason to believe he would stay... no reason to run around waving your dick

this..

it doesn't make someone dumb and no longer credible because they thought a team would want to get some compensation from one of the best defensive ends in the league..

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this..

it doesn't make someone dumb and no longer credible because they thought a team would want to get some compensation from one of the best defensive ends in the league..

It's not that though. I heard that these people had inside information. That turned out to be wrong.

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*waits for SLJ to come in and yell NO EGG ON MY FACE!*

If we don't get SOMETHING out of Pep, I'LL BE THE LOUDEST MOTHERfugER ON THE MOTHERfugIN' HUDDLE, and NOT A GODDAMN MOTHERfugER WILL EVER MOTHERfugIN' HEAR ME PRAISE THE PANTHERS FOR A MOTHERfugIN' THING EVER AGAIN!... before I make my exit...

Of course, IF THAT MOTHERfugER SIGNS ON THE GODDAMN MOTHERfugIN' LINE, I'LL BE THE HAPPIEST "I TOLD YOU SO" MOTHERfugER YOU DONE EVER SEEN!

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