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Marty Hurney Will Be On Pft Live Today

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Yes, everyone's favorite douche will be interviewing our GM. And he wants some questions from us:

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Panthers G.M. Marty Hurney will be on PFT Live. Help me do my job by suggesting questions. (At least I'm honest about it.)

I'm trying to figure out what time, I think its at noon. Video will be up later.

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I'd simply like to see which few players stand out to him in the first. Nothing to specific but at least an idea of 4-5 he likes for us...probably wouldn't get answered straight up though haha

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I'd simply like to see which few players stand out to him in the first. Nothing to specific but at least an idea of 4-5 he likes for us...probably wouldn't get answered straight up though haha

Hurney does a lot of Fox talk.

I'd rather hear Rivera

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ask him who's on top him are Armanti?

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anything useful that i want to know about his draft plans i wouldn't actually want him to state publicly

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I also would like to know what's really up with Thomas Davis.

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Why is he so bad picking a second round pick

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