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Are we really 16 million over the cap for 2013?

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panther4life    2,360

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth

"The Panthers have $136 million committed toward a 2013 salary cap that is expected to be slightly more than $120 million."

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Sword    44

gamble, godfrey, beason, anderson,one or both of the rbs, gross etc. need to have their salary restructured towards the cap reduced or be cut, whichever works out the best money/player wise. It's funny how much room we had going into 2011 but blew it on all the wrong people.

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pantherfan49    598

This team just really needs about two positions upgraded. One o-lineman and a CB makes this team pretty solid across the board (assuming that the injured hosses make it back).

Beason and Gamble have to restructure.

DLo has to restructure or be cut/traded.

Gross and Godfrey may be looking at restructures also.

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Udogg    3,077

Ok.. salary caps are easily maneuverable. Factor is extensions, people being cut, etc. Speculating about our salary cap now is crazy.

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Frank Hollywood    1,256

Release or trade Gross and release D-will and we will be at our cap. (Gross would clear up 12 mil, D-will 4 mil)

Most likely trade D-will and restructure Gross to free up quite a bit of money. Trade or restructure Beason and a few others and we will be just fine. The big hitters are D-will, Gross and Beason.

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Fox007    4,179

2-14, 6-10, and then 7-9 team is 16 mil over the cap.

Hurney wasn't that bad guys comon..

Lets hire Beane! I mean he's no sportswriter but I have a feeling about this logistics fella! /sarcasm

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carpanfan96    1,458

It's even worse the 2 season's after that.

144 million or so in 2014 and 110 the following season for only 18 players. The only team to have a higher cap in 2014 and 2015 is the Eagles.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/37769/breaking-down-jonathan-stewarts-deal

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