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If Jeff Otah is rehabilitated....

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Why would he be rehabilitated? Getting healthy wasn't that cats focus.

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You can't rehabilitate laziness

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Once he goes broke he will be ready to play.

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If his knee was his only problem I doubt they would have tried to trade him.

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He might be more focused on rehabbing. Its amazing how much the prospect of having to get a real job for much less pay causes some to refocus. I think if I were an NFL team in need of a olineman, I would give him a shot. But his days with the Panthers are over.

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Why would he be rehabilitated? Getting healthy wasn't that cats focus.

its because of the weed. :)

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