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Seth McConnell: Four Moves the Panthers Should Make

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The NFL free agency period has calmed down quite a bit the past couple of days. Yet, there are still several attractive players still available on the market. The Carolina Panthers have been one of the most active, and most impressive, participants on the free agent market. Although the Panthers have been active there are still some minor holes that the team can fill. Here’s the rundown of four moves the Carolina Panthers should make to draw their free agency activity to a close:

http://catcrave.com/2011/08/01/four-moves-the-panthers-should-make/

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id be fine with all of these, #1 is already done with the anderson signing.

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4 moves I stoled from the interwebz

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Thanks for the post. Good read and I agree with those moves.

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Why sign for a often injured DT?

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Yeah We got the Vet mentor. I wouldnt mind having Malcom Floyd and a CB now.

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I could get on board with Floyd and Rogers.

Harris? Only if I thought he were fully healthy and back to old form.

The QB question is moot since it looks like Anderson is coming into the fold.

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Why sign for a often injured DT?

because "he once was a pro bowl DT" back when Rivera coached the Bears..

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