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ESPN's Pat Yasinskas believes the Panthers will "almost have to cut" LCB Chris Gamble this offseason.

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I think this is a bot guys

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thread title needs changed by someone with better reading comprehension skills.

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lol I almost started texting people about this, glad I read the thread first.

as much as cutting our best corner sounds absurd, it's worth noting that our defense rose to a top ten squad after his injury. he's an asset but we are by no means hamstrung without him. cutting him might actually be a legitimately wise move, as much as logic seems to scream the opposite.

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Yasinskas..lol. Yea lets cut our best corner at a position that is already one of our weak spots on the team.

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thanks for the title change.

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Thread title aside, I think this is a no-brainer.

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Thread title aside, I think this is a no-brainer.

the thing is that our team really doesn't have the depth for this kind of philosophy

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Not a fan of cutting Gamble

The only person I want gone to help the cap is Gross and D.Will

And any other useless player

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Gamble turns 30 in March and has some good years left but he makes too much damn money. We have to cut his ass.

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