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Derek Anderson to return?

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According to the Twitter accounts of local sports' anchor Mike Cairns, and Zac Jackson of Fox Sports Ohio -- Anderson will not join Rob Chudzinski in Cleveland, instead staying in Carolina to remain Cam Newton's backup in Mike Shula's offense. While Anderson is nothing special, the need to find another quarterback was a burden the organization didn't need right now, with too little money to spend in free agency, and too few draft picks to burn on an addition.

*SUPER BOWL DANCE*

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Interesting ..... But we definitely need some stability with the new offensive coordinator change

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This and Hartstock re-signing completes my off season check list. Good job Panthers!

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This makes things much easier.

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best back up QB in the league...esp.for us.

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Excellent.

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If he really is staying, then we really should release Clausen. I don't understand the need to have more than 2 QBs. Especially when you have an emergency back up like AE on the team.

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BALLIN'!

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