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Jaxel

Time to ger Hardy a new contract.

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I think he's worth a contract for 30 mil over 4 years, mostly guaranteed. He should take into consideration that he's one on one alot of the time due to Johnson and Star. The grass isnt always greener on the other side and I hope he takes that into consideration.

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He is getting into his midseason form no doubt about it

 

Soon as I was typing this, that release the Kraken commercial came on lol. Wow

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Think he will get paid elsewhere sadly

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Well, to be fair, 5 (all but 1) of his sacks have come against teams that are now a combined 1-13.  I'd really like to hang onto Hardy, but I'd also like to see some production from him against good competition this season before handing out a big deal.

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Greg is one of my favorite Panthers but if we sign him we will be cutting other guys. Think guys like Thomas Davis.

 

More like guys like Godfrey and DeAngelo.  TD's contract isn't that bad at all after being reworked after his injuries.  He's re-emerged as a vital player and leader on this D.  I don't see TD going anywhere.

 

On the flipside, our secondary is playing much better without Godfrey and his cap number steeply rises next season.  He's as good as gone.  And DeAngelo, while playing solidly certainly isn't producing at a clip that rationalizes his contract.  You can get similar production at that position for far less and it's time to stop carrying two big money RBs. 

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"Pay that man!!!!!!!!!!! " (little Asian girl commercial).

I thought Hardy had two sacks last night. Was the first one where Glennon fumbled only counted as a tackle for loss?

Hardy had 2 sacks almost 3

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still have to lock down Cam, and Mitchell is playing lights out on a one year deal... we need to keep him, same with Ginn

 

can we keep them all?

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I don't know if anyone's said it, but Johnson already restructured this season

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Hardy had 2 sacks almost 3

Only counted 1 on the stat board

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