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Proehl promoted from assistant to the regional manager to WR coach.

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Proehl, a former Panthers wide receiver, will now serve as the team's wide receivers coach.

Proehl began his coaching career in 2011 as an offensive consultant for the team before serving as an assistant wide receivers coach in 2012.

He will now work as the position coach for a unit led by former teammate Steve Smithicon-article-link.gif, who recorded his seventh 1,000-yard season this year.

"Ricky brings a great technical understanding of the wide receiver position and has good insight on our personnel at the position," Rivera said. "I have been very impressed with his work over the past two seasons."

http://www.panthers.com/news/article-2/Shula-Proehl-promoted-Rodgers-retained-/00420dd9-7407-4aa8-b642-7a005ca2adb1

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Fug yeah.

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If he could just cut off his hands and give them to Murphy we'd be alright.

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shame this had to be overshadowed by the dumbest move this franchise has ever made

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Proehl may still be better than some of the guy's we have on this team.

...should we....?

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Proehl may still be better than some of the guy's we have on this team.

...should we....?

I like it.

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Proehl, by all accounts, has been an awesome coach so far. He was a very cerebral and intelligent player that used his smarts to make up for his physical shortcomings. Those types of players usually make the best coaches because they realize and can teach the little things that help you to be successful, since they weren't able to rely on raw talent for success.

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