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Marshall Skips Conditioning Program

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Not surprised in the least

The Carolina Panthers opened their offseason conditioning program Monday, with one notable absence.

Cornerback Richard Marshall wasn’t there, according to two team sources. The sessions are voluntary, though most of the players under contract attended.

Got an idea of what his market value would be as well

The scale for premier corners remains high. Atlanta signed Houston’s Dunta Robinson to a six-year, $57 million deal, with $25.5 million guaranteed. New England re-signed Leigh Bodden to a four-year, $22 million deal with $10 million guaranteed.

Marshall, 25, likely would have fallen closer to Bodden’s than Robinson’s deal, and would have drawn considerable interest. He has improved steadily since the Panthers chose him in the second round of the 2006 draft.

He even has the option of signing an injury protection agreement to guard him against any complications, much like Jeff King did...

Restricted free agents can work out with their teams during the offseason without signing their tenders if they sign an injury protection agreement first. That’s what tight end Jeff King is doing, according to his agent. King has a $1.759 million tender offer.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/03/15/1316521/sources-marshall-not-at-workout.html

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Never trust a guy with 2 first names...

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:lol:

Please get a deal with someone in the top10 of the draft.

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hes got a bucket of sand lodged in his vagina about the 2nd round tender

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Can't blame him for being unhappy about the 2nd round tender.

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well congratulations to him for taking peppers place as the most selfish player on defense :P

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Can't blame him for being unhappy about the 2nd round tender.

What exactly has he done to deserve more at this point?

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What exactly has he done to deserve more at this point?

Irrelevant to the Quote but just to catch your attention kurb .. captain kirk's nipples that's a lot of posts .. has the huddle been around since the stone age or was your computer set to auto response for a few years.. :thumbsup:

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What exactly has he done to deserve more at this point?

Nothing, but neither has TD or MM. He is probably a bit pouty about their tenders.

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Nothing, but neither has TD or MM. He is probably a bit pouty about their tenders.

Disagree .. TD was having a probowl season and MM is the starting QB .. hes just a corner with a bad attitude that plays average

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Disagree .. TD was having a probowl season and MM is the starting QB .. hes just a corner with a bad attitude that plays average

Boom Headshot.

I don't mind his attitude. But he is a slightly above average corner and an excellent ST's player. Thus his tender.

If he is really pissy about it, go get a deal somewhere so we can get that sweet juicy 2nd round pick.

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only problem .. correct me if im wrong .. but there arn't really any corners that jump out at me in the draft i believe joe haden is a little overated , someone would have to take marshalls place assuming munnerlyn isn't promoted ?

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