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Stop asking to sign a WR!!!

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The Panthers do not need another WR. We have Steve Smith, 3 young 2nd year WR's (2 of which caught 40 passes last year) and 2 pass catching TE's.

Stop rage posting because we didn't trade for Ocho or sign Rice.

Now if you rage post because we haven't signed a CB that is acceptable.

BEFORE they signed Greg Olsen i said get a WR, BUT with Olsen, i think this offense will be fine with what we have. Olsen is going to take pressure off Smith and open things up more. i do think we need a CB, i prefer them to get Rogers.

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