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Yahoo! Sports: Steve Smith Could be Traded

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If Steve Smith isn't a Panther, who the hell will Cam throw the ball to??

Cam will continue throwing it to the Defense, business as usual........

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I really think Smith will retire a Panther. I dont know if it will be this year or in the future. He and his family do not want to move. He made that clear in his interview after he signed the extension. I think he is at piece, for lack of a better word, with not getting a Super Bowl win. He is a family man now even more than a football player, and he cares more about his family's happyness than his own. I think if we tried to trade him he would just retire, so that he would not have to move.

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If 89 is traded, I can tell you 100% that I would sell my tickets and probably wouldn't watch this team on tv either. I would support the team from afar but in the same way I pull for other local teams.

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If 89 is traded, I can tell you 100% that I would sell my tickets and probably wouldn't watch this team on tv either. I would support the team from afar but in the same way I pull for other local teams.

LOL

we need more fans like you...

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If 89 is traded, I can tell you 100% that I would sell my tickets and probably wouldn't watch this team on tv either. I would support the team from afar but in the same way I pull for other local teams.

Why wait for the trade?

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If 89 is traded, I can tell you 100% that I would sell my tickets and probably wouldn't watch this team on tv either. I would support the team from afar but in the same way I pull for other local teams.

Well, aren't you just an awesome fan.

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What exactly does it say? Did it say he "IS" on the trading block or he "could" be on the trading block?

It says Yahoo bloggers create stupid articles to generate traffic.

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It says Yahoo bloggers create stupid articles to generate traffic.

Contrary to what a lot of people here has been saying about Yahoo Sports, they are actually above and beyond ESPN in terms of pure journalism. They broke the stories at USC (OJ Mayo) and Miami (Boosters) and other major sports scandals.

As far as Andy Behrens goes, he's a straight fantasy football guy which doesn't make sense to me why he would include Smith in his video. Everyone he lists in his video, Steven Jackson, Legarette Blount, Deangelo Williams and Dwayne Bowe have already been confirmed to have garnered trade inquiries.

Why would he include Steve Smith above all players? I have no idea. Maybe he knows something or he is just speculating. If he is speculating, he goes out of his way to include #89.

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Anyone think he and JR have an agreement that if the Panthers suck, Steve can pick a team for a trade?

Was this put in place to keep Steve content a season or so back?

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There's a big difference in Yahoo's investigative journalism department, and their regular everyday journalism department....

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flame away, but from an outsider looking in...you can pretty much write this season off and if you can get something for Smith to help improve for the future, why wouldn't you?

also...as others have mentioned, if you love the guy, wouldn't it be in your interest to see him succeed before he hangs up the sticky gloves for the last time?

it's win/win in my opinion....send him to a contender for picks or youth, he gets a chance to go out as a playoff player or maybe even a champ..

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