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Live Press Conference with G-Man @ Noon

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Cant wait to see what the boss has to say about moving forward.

 

Suppose to be on panthers.com

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Shula has been replaced by his Father.

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Shula has been replaced by his Father.

 

By Gettleman's father? (I kid) 

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Yes! Probably won't be too much information, but it is something.

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I'm not expecting too much. I do like to hear him say Kenyon Barner though. Kenyon Bahnaaaah

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will rivera be there? somethings up.

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It be interesting to see what the G-man says... I don't expect any surprises, probably just wants to tie a bow on the season. 

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It be interesting to see what the G-man says... I don't expect any surprises, probably just wants to tie a bow on the season. 

 

the other gms hold press conference to do this?  I think there will be a little bit more than we think.

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will rivera be there? somethings up.

 

yea he will. I just didn't add that in the title

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"we've decided to give coach cowher another shot"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*ducks*

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