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Panthers Are Listening To Offer For J-Stew

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Damn, are you totally new to NFL football.

Another team would NOT give up anything of value without having a new long-term deal discussed. There is no way they would give up a pick to have him for one year.

The quality and knowledge of posters on this board is really declining lately.

Of course no team will give anything of value for one year of a rookie contract unless they planned on using the tag for 2013, that's been my question on this from the start. So Team X proposes their 2nd for Stewart pending contract negotiations? So then Carolina allows JStew to negotiate an acceptable deal with team X? And he's going to be real interested to deal with some random team? OK. I don't see this happening. Maybe I am a low quality, ignorant example of the decline in the overall quality of this board. But you're saying that a team could give up a 2nd and have to negotiate a deal for Stewart to get top 5 money before any agreement would be made? They're probably lining up at the door for that.

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I hope you are right L89, but I am certainly not holding my breath. I am storing up pitchforks and cans of gasoline just in case.

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Ah sweet speculation. Without you where would the Huddle be?

Stewy ain't talkin, Panther FO ain't talkin, whole lotta not talkin goin on. Until something does, or doesn't, happen. All we can do is speculate.

My money is on Stewy being here in two years. Unless everything I have learned about him over the past few years is incorrect. He will not be the first player to leave money on the table to stay with a team he really wants to play for. When you are talking about 40mil, what's a few mil here or there?

It's called home town discount, and it is frequently used.

Lions fans are in the same boat about Avril. Most think he is worth the money, just not from the Lions. Too much talent on the DL to pay him. Avril, who had 10 sacks last year, is on the last year of his rookie deal. If he has another great year, he is going to command top dollar. But, he won't sign his long term deal either.

You do not let your home grown talent walk. Unless they force your hand. Then the gloves are off.

I do not believe Stewy is the greedy type. Which is why I believe that if the Panthers pony up close to what his value commands. He will remain a Panther. Whereas with Avril, I ain't so sure. He is pretty adamant about getting top shelf pay.

Mkay, I'm done. And GOOOOOOO CATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Of course no team will give anything of value for one year of a rookie contract unless they planned on using the tag for 2013, that's been my question on this from the start. So Team X proposes their 2nd for Stewart pending contract negotiations? So then Carolina allows JStew to negotiate an acceptable deal with team X? And he's going to be real interested to deal with some random team? OK. I don't see this happening. Maybe I am a low quality, ignorant example of the decline in the overall quality of this board. But you're saying that a team could give up a 2nd and have to negotiate a deal for Stewart to get top 5 money before any agreement would be made? They're probably lining up at the door for that.

You know, I was going to say sign and trade. But now I am confusing myself. Stewy has to sign an extension that team b finds exceptable. The trade then goes through, and team b picks up said contract. I think. But that does not sound right. Cuz Stewy could just not sign the extension and nullify the deal. And that don't happen in football.

A big part of me says not to worry. Stewy ain't going anywhere. So I going with that.

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You know at the rate were going BOTH our first round picks from the 2008 season might not be around after this season. That really sucks, but thats just the business.

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In the next few years I envision the Panthers becoming a pass first team with less runs and scrambles as Cam develops. Given the choice between Stewart and Williams, I would have paid Stewart. That ship has sailed and in my opinion Stewart is as good as gone. So the question becomes would you rather have a season with a very good running back or a draft pick with potential in the future. I would keep Stewart and let him walk. Players walk all the time, it's part of the NFL. This is not a travesty people make it out to be.

With the three running backs we have now 2012 has the potential of being a memorable season. If we get to the playoffs and Stewart walks in the offseason that is totally worth it to me.

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<yt>Frn3Vr7tx</yt>

jonathan stewart is 25. he has another five years of highlights like these in his system, far more if we keep running him in a two-back system.

if we trade him it'd better be for a king's ransom.

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<yt>Frn3Vr7tx</yt>

jonathan stewart is 25. he has another five years of highlights like these in his system, far more if we keep running him in a two-back system.

if we trade him it'd better be for a king's ransom.

This ^^ and i really hope we somehow manage to keep him. As much as I like Dwill I'd rather it be him that goes. Hopefully Marty doesn't get rid of the younger, better back.

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Ok you have two options. A year worth of kinky sex with a super model who may end up marrying you afterwards. Or 4 years of sex with someone potentially busted and bad in bed. Hmm give me the memories with the super model and ill take my chances convincing her to stay with me after said year.

this post right here people

it won't get any worse than this

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Why you hate on me because I dont want to trade one of our best offensive players for a third round pick that we can easily recoupe next year is beyond me.

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