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Panthers claim another NT Frank Kearse

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We must really like him, because he has to be on the roster now.plus guys nobody wants a washed up dt like pat williams, or tommie harris.

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Getting rid of Reggie Wells was stupid. The guy played well against the Packers.

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Played what? With himself? He was in street clothes on the sideline.

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Getting rid of Reggie Wells was stupid. The guy played well against the Packers.

lol

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Getting rid of Reggie Wells was stupid. The guy played well against the Packers.

Not sure if serious...

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Played what? With himself? He was in street clothes on the sideline.

I was thinking Byron Bell at the time I saw the news.

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I think 4 DTs will be active against Jax. Pure and simple, if you stop MJD, the Jags really have no shot. Rotating 4 DTs would give the best chance of doing that.

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I think 4 DTs will be active against Jax. Pure and simple, if you stop MJD, the Jags really have no shot. Rotating 4 DTs would give the best chance of doing that.

That actually makes a lot of sense.

Also, for all those people grumbling about not getting a vet. The vets out there are there for a reason. If we want any usuable talent grabbing uncovered rookies that might thrive in a different place could be the best option.

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I think 4 DTs will be active against Jax. Pure and simple, if you stop MJD, the Jags really have no shot. Rotating 4 DTs would give the best chance of doing that.

Yeah if the DT's are actually capable of doing that and not getting drove back!

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