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A name I haven't heard in awhile..

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..with all the talk of drafting Tavon Austin and possibly signing Domenik Hixon, adding in that Ted Ginn might be a viable option:

Where has David Gettis' name gone? Are we all done with the possibility that he could be an option?

Is the fact he has been in Rivera's doghouse for so long convinced you he sucks?

not an arguement- just a question...

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He had a whole season to show up, and he didn't unfortunately. I was a believer of Gettis, but now that we're obviously looking for WR's here in the off season and in the draft, I don't now if he has a future here in Carolina.

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I believe if Ghettis was a viable option he would have seen more playing time. Especially when we were eliminated from the playoffs. The fact that in "dead games" he still didn't see the field is disconcerting.

Maybe he comes out in the preseason and explodes..... or maybe he fades into the distance like so many Panther WRs before him (see: Dwayne Jarrett)

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If he makes a name for himself I'm not sure it'll be here in Carolina. I think DG is done waiting and so are we which is a relief honestly. I love Gettis as much as anyone and I'm a fan but we can't rely on him at all. We need production now. No more BS.

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i think he'll get a shot in training camp but if he doesn't show his poo he'll be cut like any other camp body/bubble guy, especially if we draft a receiver or two.

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Him and Lamont Bryant are taking turns toasting our DB's on fly routes in practice.

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was so hoping this was going to be about Chris Weinke!

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he's essentially drew carter and keary colbert.

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