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ChuckWag78

Davis Vows to Return this year

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He will do himself a huge disservice if he comes back this year...

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Why come back this year when it's clear we're not going to the playoffs.

Just rehab and get 100% healthy for next year (if there is a next year).

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Isn't this a contract year for him? He probably feels like he has to play if he wants to make a decent salary.

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should be re-titled "Davis vows to end his career this year"

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Isn't this a contract year for him? He probably feels like he has to play if he wants to make a decent salary.

Prolly feels like he won't make any salary! If he cannot return in 2010, likely will have little or no work 2011, then what can you say about a guy who's been out for nearly half a career for some players?

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He will blow it out again,it takes two years for it to be at least close to 100%

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Needs to heal I'm sure the Panthers would offer him a pretty big contract anyway. If he blows it out again, his chances of getting any deal decrease significantly

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If our training staff clears him to play, they should all be fired on spot

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eh no reason to rush it. could probably sign a reasonable long term deal, with incentives put in to increase the money if he maintains the level of play he was at before the injury.

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