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Panthers hire Proehl

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Route running 101 with Ricky

This is the area Ricky will help

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Will this cause the memberships to his training facility to skyrocket or plummet?

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Will this cause the memberships to his training facility to skyrocket or plummet?

Both

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I think this will be a very big help to our young recievers. glad to have Ricky Proehl back with the panthers regardless of the job title they give him.

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That is awesome. Ricky has always been a consummate professional and all around class act. Welcome home Proehl. Our WR corp will really develop under him and Graves.

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Awsome...awesome....and awsome!!!!!!

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