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Panthers interviewed Fewell today, next Rivera and Manusky

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From Joseph Person's twitter:

Sources: Panthers interviewed Rob Ryan on Wed., were in NYC today to talk to Giants' Perry Fewell. Now to Calif. to hit Rivera, Manusky.

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Told that Luck was staying in school, Rivera and Manusky found something better to do.

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its Rivera or bust

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Unless Fewell is bringing Tuck with him I could give 2 shits.

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I want Ryan. We are not headed toward a great year in 2011, and at least he would make the post game pressers funny. We could all use the laugh.

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Ryan! Ryan! Ryan! Ryan! Ryan!

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Who gives us the best chance of getting Luck next year?

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I want Ryan. We are not headed toward a great year in 2011, and at least he would make the post game pressers funny. We could all use the laugh.

Agreed.

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Rob Ryan or bust!!!! He could energize the fanbase and once again make the Panthers relevant!!

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