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Congrats to Smitty!

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Most receiving yards by any panther. Won't be broken for at least a decade.

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If ever; we won't ever see another Steve Smith at Carolina

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A decade? What are you talking about.... Nanee breaks it in 7 years....

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Yeah, but Breezey Lafell owns the twitter record! Statue!

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One hardcore motherfugger. I don't care if he reaches 14,000 yards in his entire career, judging by his game as a Panther, he should end up in the hall.. for damn sure.

Rings and numbers doesn't tell the whole story of a pro football player.

Thus far, 2004 and 2010 has only been his down years, and both years were...yea..

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screw ur silver lining. lol. stupid motherF...kin Stonehands Naanee.

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