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biggest hitters in panthers' history

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someone made a list of the hardest hitting falcons and i don't care enough to post that link but i thought it would be interesting to create one for the panthers.

 

some off the top of my head:

thomas davis

chris harris

greg hardy

dan morgan

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Godrey and Hoover.

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Kevin Greene.

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Smitty lit up Ken Lucas. Wait.

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Mike Minter

Thomas Davis

Chris Harris

 

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I know y'all are gonna laugh because of his coverage, but Nakamura will lay some wood! He's not afraid of contact, I think that's why he's still here.

 

 

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Godfrey is moving up that list,the man was layin wood last season no homo

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