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Panthers Apparently "love" Luke Kuechly

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"@nfldraftscout: One quick note on Kuechly to #Seahawks, multiple people have told us that the #Panthers LOVE him."

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in before SMOKESCREEN

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Dammit what is the point in tasking another inside linebacker... he sure as hell can't play outside

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Dammit what is the point in tasking another inside linebacker... he sure as hell can't play outside

Probably because our FO doesn't think Beason is going to be Beason, at least for the coming season.

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Smokescreen.

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in before SMOKESCREEN

smo....dammit

fug it smokescreen for a trade down!

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Can he play OLB? Or Maybe this could be the first real move to a 3-4?

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Probably because our FO doesn't think Beason is going to be Beason, at least for the coming season.

And? So we're gonna pick a 1-year replacement over a 10-year starter?
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