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How much under the cap are we now?

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How much under the cap are we now?

Based on the most current released information, 3.7 million.

There's likely more moves to come to free up some more space though.

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farewell #20, just don't do us dirty and sign with Atlanta

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Based on the most current released information, 3.7 million.

There's likely more moves to come to free up some more space though.

Nice, that's a good amount of money to start off with.

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Interesting how none of the Panthers players are wishing Chris good luck, or farewells.

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Appreciate your contributions and services over the last 9 years. Best of luck in your future endeavors.

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I'm going to miss Chris too but come on guys the secondary played without him almost the whole year and you guys are JUST now concerned about the corners??? I think Thomas is a average number two with dockery giving good depth. Norman has some potential to fill in too. All we need is a solid, moderately priced veteran (there's plenty of them) and we'll be fine. It's not quite that bad.

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I'm honestly not as concerned with our secondary as some of you guys are. They played pretty well after Gamble went down - improving on overall pass defense as the year went on, in fact.

Our secondary is in a good position to allow for some young talent to be brought along slowly, while Dockery, Thomas, and Norman hold down the fort.

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