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h0llywood, May 29, 2013
Posted May 30, 2013
I'd hit that.
I really do hope he becomes a great LB for panthers I want the team to be able to have a good history of great players to have played on the Defensive side of the ball that just stood out from any player the team has ever had.
he's not gonna get fuging 80 million dollars. that is retarded.
Could be 60-70....
Beason got a 50 million deal two years ago....so factoring in inflation from then until Luke would sign
Yea, I'd guess it'll be in the neighborhood of 5 years $55mil
I agree with everything but point #5... dude had no help up the middle protecting him.
I still chuckle when I think of all the debates I got into that felt that we should have gone DT instead of picking Luke or those that thought all of his tackles in college were because they were funneled to him or other such BS. I can't wait until we say the same thing about all those posters who wanted a receiver instead of Star.
Was there any poster that wanted a receiver instead of Star? Please name them so we can point and laugh.
And I can already hear the money been sucked out of the Panthers bank account into Lukes in about 3 more years from now. We will paying this guy mega dollars. Say around 80 mill. atleast if we want to keep him. Some are worried about Cam contract in about 2 years from now. Wait until Lukes contract comes up. We will be paying out of our butt just to keep him.
How ya been Mr Hurney?
I've never been a defensive guy as i've always coveted offensive players but this damn Luke Kuechly has slowly become my favorite player after #89.
I think what many argued, me included, was would shouldn't of doubled down at DT. Draft a DT and add a recieving target. Double down was the debate.....not Star or Short's ability
Thank you Mr. Hurney !!
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