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Rob Chudzinski is the Panthers lead target for OC

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San Diego tight ends/assistant head coach Rob Chudzinski is the leading candidate to become the Carolina Panthers next offensive coordinator, according to a source close to the situation.

If they hire Chudzinski you can bet the Panthers will be looking to upgrade at tight end with an Antonio Gates-type of player. His background is working with great tight ends like Gates at San Diego and Jeremy Shockey and Bubba Franks at the University of Miami.

Chudzinski’s contract with the Chargers is up after the completion of the NFL season.

Indianapolis Colts wide receivers coach Ron Turner could be a fallback option for the Panthers, but Chudzinski clearly is the leading candidate at this point.

http://reederstake.freedomblogging.com/2011/01/11/panthers-target-chudzinski-as-potential-offensive-coordinator/8240/

Mercedes Lewis anyone???

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One thing I LOVED about Rivera's press conference, and noone has said anything about it yet, but was how Rivera addressed the TE situation.

He said we need to find a guy who can be the man, whether he's on the team or elsewhere, that we would be moving away from a TE-By-Committee.

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Damnit JR you do something good like hire Rivera then you fug it up with the dudes name that I can't even pronounce

DAMN YOU.

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The one thing I got from the press conference.. in the limited portion that I did get to see..(been at work all night) Is that TE will be an important position going forward.. And what we have on the roster now ain't gonna cut it. Rivera basically said the TE by committee ain't gonna fly.

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One thing I LOVED about Rivera's press conference, and noone has said anything about it yet, but was how Rivera addressed the TE situation.

He said we need to find a guy who can be the man, whether he's on the team or elsewhere, that we would be moving away from a TE-By-Committee.

You must not have read the press conference thread. There was quite a bit of discussion about it.

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One thing I LOVED about Rivera's press conference, and noone has said anything about it yet, but was how Rivera addressed the TE situation.

He said we need to find a guy who can be the man, whether he's on the team or elsewhere, that we would be moving away from a TE-By-Committee.

Great post. My thoughts exactly.

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what TE's would we be looking at with our 3rd rounder?

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