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Guys! Breaking news. I'm not Instagram buddies with Diddy, but he's re-signing with us. Just saw he posted this video to his youtube like 2 years ago!

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Amazes me that people still list players to be restructured that there will be no financial gain.

So many have no idea how the cap and salaries work.

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Yeah...

Welcome home Cap'n. Glad you made it back safely after all of the cruise liner catastrophes.

Thanks for the heads up Woody, glad he is safe and sound...

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In order of players that need to restructure

(1) Gross

(2) Dwill

(3) Beason

(4) Godfrey

(5) Anderson

(6) CJ

I thought Gross already restructured?

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Glad Olsen helped out.

Restrutures typically aren't examples of players "helping" out. It is generally giving a guy more guaranteed money upfront. Olsen's situation improved....he didn't take one for the team.

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I don't care how good of a player CJ is and how much he earn every penny of his check. HE NEEDS TO RESTRUCTURE! Be a team player and aim to win the SB.

If Demacus Ware can take a damn pay cut, CJ better can!

Most restructurings aren't pay cuts. Ware and most other players just take non-guaranteed money from one year, move it into another year, and guarantee it. That's what Olsen did too. The only guys that do take less are normally veterans with no leverage that would lose more by being cut.

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"This move brings the Panthers down to approximately $124.6M against the cap, meaning they still have a little bit of work left to get down to the league mandated $123M cap by March 12th. We should expect GM Dave Gettleman to make a few more moves like this in the near future, as they are the best way to trim small parts of the cap off because they allow the Panthers to maintain their roster for next season."

We are only 2 million over.

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"This move brings the Panthers down to approximately $124.6M against the cap, meaning they still have a little bit of work left to get down to the league mandated $123M cap by March 12th. We should expect GM Dave Gettleman to make a few more moves like this in the near future, as they are the best way to trim small parts of the cap off because they allow the Panthers to maintain their roster for next season."

We are only 2 million over.

After Gamble and Ron being gutted, we'd be way down.

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I'd say it's very obvious the team wants to keep their best CB. I don't understand the fascination with cutting Gamble. If he was so obvious a cut, then he would be cut already.

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"This move brings the Panthers down to approximately $124.6M against the cap, meaning they still have a little bit of work left to get down to the league mandated $123M cap by March 12th. We should expect GM Dave Gettleman to make a few more moves like this in the near future, as they are the best way to trim small parts of the cap off because they allow the Panthers to maintain their roster for next season."

We are only 2 million over.

Told yall

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