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Who's Safe?

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It appears this entire organization is on notice top to bottom, so who do you think is safe at this point going forward into next season and who can save their jobs?

I don't think Rivera can save his job even if he finishes with a streak or with any type of shine

The whole idea of our core & identity will be modified and redefined with a new GM and staff so here's what I'm thinking...

FO/Staff:

Sam Mills Jr.

O:

Cam Newton

Jordan Gross

Ryan Kalil

Jonathan Stewart

Greg Olsen

D:

Luke Kuechly

James Anderson (?)

Frank Alexander

Chris Gamble

These guys are safe in my opinion. There are of course a handful who people will probably say should be added so feel free to make a case for who should be safe going forward. I just think everyone is on notice and its 50/50 right now barring how the season goes if we go for a mass overhaul.

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Nobody is safe... We will hire a new GM from outside the organization who will come in and "fix" this franchise... I don't think anybody is safe to be honest

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Well when you get down to it, Newton and Kalil are probably the only safe locks. But lets not act like this is going to be a bloodletting. We're still going to keep our talented players, the only difference is no emotion or ego will be taken into consideration when deciding who those players are.

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Well when you get down to it, Newton and Kalil are probably the only safe locks. But lets not act like this is going to be a bloodletting. We're still going to keep our talented players, the only difference is no emotion or ego will be taken into consideration when deciding who those players are.

I'm thinking 50/50 on this like I said. I just think with a new GM and HC, a new identity and core will be made and we may go Indy circa last year. It could be a bloodletting but I'm not saying anything for sure on either side.

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Cam and Keuchly....Charles Johnson definitely not

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