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Rod Butsecks

Morrison: Panthers will keep core intact

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No, they haven't brought us a championship - but it's hard to argue with the success Hurney and Fox have had here...

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He used glowing terms when discussing the jobs done by Hurney and coach John Fox, who have led the Panthers to a 71-57 record since 2002. Only eight teams have more regular-season wins over that span, and the Panthers are one of just four teams since then without a double-digit loss season (along with New England, Indianapolis and Denver).

Read more: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/03/29/1345289/morrison-panthers-will-keep-core.html#ixzz0jcZGLaLU

I keep telling folks on this forum that we are lucky to have John Fox, but they dont seem to believe me.

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true but its a what have done lately league....me as a fan feel like being average is lame. you should want to be the best all the time, and not content with being in the middle.

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So Gantt said they talked at length but I still heard no specifics. So are they going to extend Williams or not?? What about Davis?? I think the Panthers FO have mastered the art of talking alot but committing to nothing.

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Well, I hope they're able to lock up our youngins. I wanna see Williams, Stew, Beason, Kalil, and Davis in Panthers jerseys for a good while.

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So Gantt said they talked at length but I still heard no specifics. So are they going to extend Williams or not?? What about Davis?? I think the Panthers FO have mastered the art of talking alot but committing to nothing.

That's why it's fun to be a Panthers fan. You get to pick apart all these meaningless ambiguous statements, and then on the off chance that you get the interpretation right you get to lord it over everyone else until the next major issue.

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Well, I hope they're able to lock up our youngins. I wanna see Williams, Stew, Beason, Kalil, and Davis in Panthers jerseys for a good while.

I 2nd this! These guys are our new stars, we need to lock them up and ride them as far as they will take us for the next few years!

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That's not bad being able to keep 26 of 32 guys and them all being able to do something right away. Hopefully we are able to continue the trend!!

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I don't see this happening chicos. This would require jr to actually spend some money

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