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Should we blame Richardson and not Hurney?

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I do remember them saying that they were going to pick a coach that fit THERE system and do things THERE way this time.

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Great article.

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The writer of the article provides no meaningful proof of JRs involvement, just speculation. Hurney's public statements should be taken at face value until there is evidence to the contrary.

Either Hurney lacks the skill to develop a consistently competitive organization or he doesn't have the fortitude to tell JR to stop interfering. Regardless, he is failing miserably at his job and his 12 year track record suggests this organization stands no realistic chance of being successful until he is gone.

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The team we love run by a stubborn old man and his elf. 4 winning seasons in 17 years... Just sad...

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Hurney isn't the problem...you can replace him with Jesus, but Big Cat still runs the show.

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Hurney isn't the problem...you can replace him with Jesus, but Big Cat still runs the show.

Then you tell the owner he is destroying any chance of his team to be competitive and submit your resignation.

Anyone that values their employees and loves the game of football would not tolerate being part of this three ring circus.

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It's like this. The Carolina Panthers franchise is suffering from losing because of our owner. I love the fact that JR is a great business man to bring the Carolina Panthers, & the NFL to North Carolina. But he just like Jerry Jones, and Daniel Snyder. They are great business men with huge egoes. That's how they became wealthy. But football wise, all of them need to step to the side and let REAL football geniuses concentrate on the X's & O's of their teams. The only thing they should be involved in is the selling of tickets, and marketing their teams to be worldwide brand. But as long as you got owners making GM & Coaching decisions. They, as well as us will never win a Super Bowl, or even be a winning contender. (Panthers, Cowboys, Redskins). This is the truth, and I love the Carolina Panthers!! I would be elated if we won a Super Bowl one day.

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What's amazing is that a local reporter actually crossed the Rubicon and dared to criticize the owner. Let's see if that persuades the others.

The CBS reporter made a lot of great points.

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What's amazing is that a local reporter actually crossed the Rubicon and dared to criticize the owner. Let's see if that persuades the others.

The CBS reporter made a lot of great points.

He probably will be exiled for what he said just like Yas and Gantt.

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What's amazing is that a local reporter actually crossed the Rubicon and dared to criticize the owner. Let's see if that persuades the others.

The CBS reporter made a lot of great points.

That dude is just the guy who works in the booth for the morning radio show on WFNZ. He's not a CBS reporter.

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He probably will be exiled for what he said just like Yas and Gantt.

Don't you think either of those guys would have brought that up since then? It would be a spectacular story if there was a shred of truth to it.

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Both, the blame should rise to the top even if it's not their fault.

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