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RIP: LA Stadium Proposal

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/03/04/report-aeg-l-a-stadium-proposal-essentially-dead-to-nfl/

Looks like we less to worry about if McCrory prevents the stadium upgrades from happening.

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If you were one of those seriously worried about losing the Panthers to LA, then you're stupid. I don't understand how such retarded talk like that even gets started and then blown out of proportion. *NEWS FLASH* The Panthers are not fuging moving.

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Who would pony up the cash for a stadium without a team lined up? That would be insanely stupid.

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Who would pony up the cash for a stadium without a team lined up? That would be insanely stupid.

Build it, and they will come...

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OKC Panthers

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Couldn't care less about what they do/don't do in LA.

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maybe pro football can finally make a return to canton, ohio.

Ohio already has two below average teams.

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Portland Panthers

Birmingham Panthers

Little Rock Panthers

Salt Lake City Panthers

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Watch out for San Antonio....big and loyal sports city.

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