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Panthers Would Be Favorite For Hard Knocks

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Falcons are no longer going to be featured in hard knocks. Could it be the panthers?

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8287f0d2/article/five-teams-wed-like-to-see-on-hbos-hard-knocks

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Not going to happen

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...According to one guy

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No distractions......

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No, no, sorry, it rots your teeth.

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I brought this up a week ago. Got the same reactions.

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No thank you. The team needs to be fully focused going into this season.

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I agree with his last statement. I can't think of a team that i would care less about on hard knocks than the jags.

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Rivera rejected em last year and I'm sure he'll do it again.

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