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Panthers exercise option for Tolbert in '14, '15.

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Joel Turner, aka ‏@NFLAgents_net, tweets that #Panthers exercised Option on Mike Tolbert's deal today for 2014 & 2015.

— Joe Person (@josephperson)

March 15, 2013

Likely means D-Will is gone when its cheaper to cut him. On a side note, my fiancé never watched a football game in her life before me. Now Tolbert is her favorite because she, "likes to see the chubby kid dance in the endzone." So she's happy and that's good.

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More money to RBs, yippee

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thx for the memories deangelo

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fug you Hurney. This is all your fault.

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Tolbert is one of the most underrated RBs imo. The guy is a bowling ball.

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I'm gonna cry tears of joy when Deangelo is released.

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Best, most complete, and cheapest RB on the team

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I'm gonna cry tears of joy when Deangelo is released.

For give my "contract ignorance," but is this almost writing on the wall for DeAngelo? Does this make him a likely June 1st cut and save us a little extra?

I'm not too familiar with any contract specifics.

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