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deangelo williams will not be traded

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If the Panthers run a traditional run/pass offense like they did in the Chicago game and start utilizing Williams properly with Stewart and Tolbert, then our offense is extremely strong. The poor part of the Chicago game was the red zone play calling and again that falls on coaching. Not to mention the 4th quarter meltdown where a pass play was called on the 20 when we clearly needed to run the clock down with our highly paid RB core.

Fire coaches and find some that can coach our all pro backfield. I'll be very happy if both RBs make it to 2013...I just don't want to see Williams cut and we get nothing...that would SUCK!

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http://espn.go.com/n...mind-trade-talk

Read this article regarding a possible trade of DW. The section that concerns me is.....

"Does it look like I want to be somewhere else? I'm going to let you guys (in the media) answer that," Williams said. "I'm going to leave it open for discussion. I'm going to try to get my Twitter followers up. ... It will be disclosed at 4 p.m. Thursday, so stay tuned. It will be breaking news at 4:05 p.m."

My issue here is the fact so many "Fan" are asking for the release or trade of DW, SS, Beason, and so on that they do not stop to look these are the same players that we had under Fox that were considered some of the best in the NFL. But under the current staff are no producing. Yet "fans" try to blame the players more so thant the DC, OC or HC.

Give me a frigging break. The only rebuild we need right now is a staff rebuild. there was a big reason why I wanted Jim Harbaugh. We all knew he was an Offensive minded coach. this is an offensive driven NFL now. He was also responsible for the development of good QB's in Stanford. He would have been a better coach for the players we have and for our 1st round pick "Cam" than RR.

Now think about that. what he has done with a QB like Alex Smith. Now think what he could have down with Cam Newton. Marty needed to be fired. it was his job to bring in the best coaching staff they could get and carolina never made a play for Jim Harbaugh. We settled for a coach that has had several interviews for HC jobs but never hired. To me that says a lot right there.

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Yeah he ins't going anywhere. Why would the Panthers move a useless player to improve their team for next season?

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Trades need to be in by 4 - might not hear about them til a couple hours later though.

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Trades need to be in by 4 - might not hear about them til a couple hours later though.

if williams were to be traded, you'd hear about it immediately.

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if williams were to be traded, you'd hear about it immediately.

Yea I am sure he'd tweet it as soon as he knew - I meant trades in general.

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One reason I could see them keeping DW is for the possibility of them bringing in a new coaching staff next year. He doesn't fit this staff's offense, but he may fit the next one!

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