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Keep Hardy, Kuechly and CJ. Dump everyone else on D.

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What people are seeing is called a fua'cking disorder

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Keep Munnerlyn and maybe Norman

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Gamble will be 30 next year and will be making 9.9 million.....I believe 7th highest among cornerbacks in NFL. Maybe he is worth it....but I'm not so sure anymore. Not sure how much we are on the hook for if he is cut, I just see new GM not keeping Gamble for 9.9million.....

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I think we need to keep CJ, hardy, kuechly, Norman I mean he is our number 1 corner as a rookie lets give him a break, we need gamble he is shutdown idc what anyone says, we should keep TD, and why are people giving up on beason? I'm not sure he's been hurt last 2 years but when he's healthy he's good and he'll be moved outside I predict because kuechly has proved himself in the middle. Everyone else can go and let's rebuild. Of course keep Alexander too thought that went without saying.

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Hey! This guy is not in the fo....why are we begging

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Only read the first page. So don't know if anyone else said this, but Thomas Davis not being on the op's "keep it" list is asinine.

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I would love to see a player like Zeke Motta with a Panthers uniform.

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I honestly am not sure if Norman's habit of almost ALWAYS letting guys catch the ball in front of him is a product of his own inabilities/still adjusting to the NFL or a product of the playcalling. It's just as possible he's been told to play off like that by the coaches as it is that he's just playing poorly. He's certainly shown flashes (two almost-picks against the Eagles, one of which was knocked away and nullified by Nakamura's PI and a few other good coverage plays earlier in the season), but when QBs throw at his man it's almost always a reception and quick tackle and that's frustrating to watch.

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