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Richard Marshall gets 2nd rd. tender

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Per Adam Schefter's twitter:

@AdamSchefter Teams that need CB help take note: Panthers placed a 2nd-round tender on CB Richard Marshall.

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Per Adam Schefter's twitter:

@AdamSchefer Teams that need CB help take note: Panthers placed a 2nd-round tender on CB Richard Marshall.

sweet, news that doesnt involve michael bolton! :rolleyes:

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JR is playing hardball, he's not going give out big contracts until he absolutley has to.

This is scary because if somebody comes after him I doubt JR will get into a bidding war. He'll take the pick.

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Wow, kinda surprised it's the 2nd round tender. Someone could definitely make a play for him..

Now I'm just speculating right now, completely theoretical, but..

could this mean we might be planning on pursuing Dunta Robinson?

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I wonder if we had any long term contract talks with him. I remember his agent last year saying that Marshall expected to be one of the highest paid corners in the league when he reached free agency. Maybe we would rather have a second then pay what they will be asking next year. They may feeel that no matter the tender, we can always match the deal unless there is a poison pill in it.

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Wow, kinda surprised it's the 2nd round tender. Someone could definitely make a play for him..

Now I'm just speculating right now, completely theoretical, but..

could this mean we might be planning on pursuing Dunta Robinson?

I highly doubt it but I would love to see marshall move back to nickle, he turns nickleback into a starting role. He's a beast in the slot.

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I wonder if we had any long term contract talks with him. I remember his agent last year saying that Marshall expected to be one of the highest paid corners in the league when he reached free agency. Maybe we would rather have a second then pay what they will be asking next year. They may feeel that no matter the tender, we can always match the deal unless there is a poison pill in it.

Hard to tell. Remember his agent is Drew Rosenhouse (Probably bad spelling)

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I wonder if we are just THAT impressed with Munnerlynn that we would be just fine with him startnig opposite Gamble.. I know I was impressed with him.

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I don't think they will cheap out I think there just trying to put the money in the right places. Although I would have liked for him to get a higher tender, I'm more concerned with keeping Davis & Moore and giving them the higher tender so if someone does try to get them we can match or get something for them!

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Hard to tell. Remember his agent is Drew Rosenhouse (Probably bad spelling)

Our team as a whole has a pretty good relationship with Rosenhaus. P55 is most likely right, he probably wants a big big payday.

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Ahhhh finally something newsworthy. I like Captain but I don't think he is good enough to be a number 2.... please Panthers don't be making a huge mistake....

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I wonder if we are just THAT impressed with Munnerlynn that we would be just fine with him startnig opposite Gamble.. I know I was impressed with him.

He was decent. He didn't look #2 caliber though. For a rookie 7th rounder, he looked awesome though.

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Let the cheapness begin:

The Panthers have extended a restricted free agent tender of just the second-round variety to CB Richard Marshall.

Either Carolina is just being cheap or it saw something bad from Marshall in 2009 that we didn't. As a starting corner one one of the league's top pass defenses, Marshall picked off four passes, recovered two fumbles, and has always been a big tackler. The 25-year-old is likely to draw interest.

Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter

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