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possible to bring Gamble back?

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Yeah it seems that way. I wasn't a fan of letting him go (even though I understand why we had to) but after he announced his retirement, I feel much better about it. We need focused, hungry guys this year. 

 

And that is exactly who we have with our core young players. The question is experience and talent. But they are all hungry to prove themselves.

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Show me one piece of evidence that says he didn't have his heart in the game anymore

 

He did not entertain any other teams upon us releasing him, not one. At least that I heard. If his heart was still in the game and he really wanted to play football don't you think he would at least hear one or two teams out?

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He played 4 games last year and looked pretty bad in them.  Then he was cut, and retired.  Why would he want to come back, or why would the Panthers want him back?  Sounds like a bad match.

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He played 4 games last year and looked pretty bad in them.  Then he was cut, and retired.  Why would he want to come back, or why would the Panthers want him back?  Sounds like a bad match.

 

Um no, he was ranked top 5 in cb play those games just like the year before.

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No i dont, it Depends on what you are looking at sir. If you are including all statistics like interceptions then no he wouldnt be, so according to that Peterson wuz the best cb in the league last year which you cant honestly believe do you? And that stuff is accumulative of the entire season which gamble only played 5 games in so he wouldnt be nowhere near high on the list anyway. Nice try tho.

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I would not be opposed to it but his quick decision to retire basically says all you need to know. I think he was glad he was released and i think for him to retire was a smart decision. He is still young and obviously very rich. He can enjoy his money while he still has his health.

 

He was a good corner for us and wish him well.

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Show me one piece of evidence that says he didn't have his heart in the game anymore

benched in 2010...

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