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

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jstew wont be cut, he will be traded.

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locking... I meant to say locking

Sure you did

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jstew wont be cut, he will be traded.

Teams don't trade for expensive RBs...only in Pantherland do people think that is an option for teams.

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If you think about it we went into this year paying 54 billion dollars to RBs.

The new GM has touched 2 RB deals...increasing the cap hits on both for this year.

Kinda funny. I am sure there is a method to the madness....but who would have guessed we would have all 3 and Gettlemen's first duties would involve in increasing the cap hits the RBs occupy

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do you want an honest answer to that question?

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does this free up room?

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does this free up room?

No, it takes up a million in cap space. Stewart and Tolbert having there deals tweaked cost us cap space

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I like Tolbert, but I like D Will and J Stew also. They're just overpaid..

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