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Another 1 yr deal suggestion for poos and giggles...

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How sweet would Richard Seymour be to finish out his career and come back home? That could be a great band aid for the DT spot. Rotate him with some young guns.

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you said poos hehehe

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Would love it. He's prob going back to NE if he get the chance to

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Now this is a one year deal I would be all for, but it's also a pipe dream....

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Now this is a one year deal I would be all for, but it's also a pipe dream....

Maybe...that IMO is what Gettlemen was suggesting or hinting at though he liked.

Seymour at this point is only probably looking at a 1 yr deal and shouldn't be that expensive bc he isn't an every down player at this point. He is from Columbia.....son I think down the road about to play at GA.

....granted, any FA moves we could make would be dependent on Gettlemen creating more room

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I'm still holding out for Canty. He hasn't signed a deal yet. May be waiting on us. I really don't see the purpose in Seymour, except maybe as a veteran stopgap that allows a rookie to develop.

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They're both over 30, wouldn't they both be stop gap types? Seymour is only 2 years older.

I'd rather resign Dwan and draft a guy early.

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Seymour would be a nice stop gap, 1-year deal type, especially if Canty and Dwan sign elsewhere. Like CRA mentioned he's from the Columbia area and his son, Devondre, lives in a suburb of Atlanta and will be a freshman OL at UGA next year. Might be a draw for him to come to Carolina.

We'd still need a NT type as well. I've been on the Sammie Hill bandwagon for a while. Also like Pat Sims, who would probably come cheap since he's coming off injury and wasn't an every down starter in Cincy but effective against the run.

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I swear every one of these threads has to do with the player living in the Carolina's at some point.

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Sammie Hill from Detroit? 6'4" 329

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I swear every one of these threads has to do with the player living in the Carolina's at some point.

Well, we can't point to our great history or winning tradition as the "little something" that could help attract a someone....

Basically it will come down to money, having no other option or location for a older FA vet...

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I swear every one of these threads has to do with the player living in the Carolina's at some point.

Money is 9 times out of 10 gonna be the biggest draw but playing in a region where you've grown up, still have family, property, etc. can be a big selling point to FAs, especially for older players.

The metro Charlotte area is a great area to buy nice real estate at a great rate, especially compared to other major NFL cities. There are a lot of athletes/celebs that have off-season homes in the area.

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