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Panthers Sign 1st Rounder Lotulelei

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Also will someone tell jamos14 to change his signature.  I can't seem to navigate away from the page.

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Thank you sir...

I'm just saying, we pay ours in money, not in an unlimited supply of morphine and other various pain killers.

The Saints pay in money too. the difference is that it comes in the form of bounties rather than salary.

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Just a matter of time (days) before we sign our remaining 3 draft picks.

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Just a matter of time (days) before we sign our remaining 3 draft picks.

Both Person and Jones are indicating that Kugbila's deal is already done, just not yet signed.

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Just a matter of time (days) before we sign our remaining 3 draft picks.

Kugzilla, has reached an agreement, but not signed ATM. I bet Klein and Barner are done by tomorrow.

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Kugzilla, has reached an agreement, but not signed ATM. I bet Klein and Barner are done by tomorrow.

nice.

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That was fast. Now lets hope these rumors about Shorts knee are BS.

 

 

 

Classic 80's song

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The Atlanta papers have indicated that the Falcan'ts were only $2 million under the salary cap and they hadn't yet signed three of their top four picks yet.

 

Then they went and signed one of those three (the 4th rounder), so they have LESS than $2 million under their cap to sign their top two picks (1st round CB Trufant, 2nd round CB Alford).  The players at those slots last year signed for over $2 million against the respective caps.

 

Looks like the Falcan'ts are having cap troubles, because they STILL haven't signed lil matty to his $100 million deal.

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