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Jackofalltrades

Told ya

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My source yesterday knows as much as anyone in the organization.

Welcome back Ron!

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I'm supposed to talk to someone again on Monday, I'll see if I can get a feel for it.

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Can't wait to be mathematically eliminated from the playoffs at the halfway point of the season... again. The Panthers can never get over the hump because we're way too eager to accept mediocrity.

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So happy we stuck with a losing coach.

Suck it guys!

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just because it was the move they made doesn't mean it's the right one.

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Go Rivera!

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JOAT, did your source seem to imply that he was safe for the rest of his contract, or if there was some stipulation that rivera has to win?

i just don't know how serious the team is about winning.

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What is your source telling you that we'll do at GM and at no.14 of the draft???

Who's the front runner for GM? Beane, Ross, Gettleman?

Who's on our big board right now?

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