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Realistic ideas for the panthers this offseason?

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Came across this and although it's only ideas and possibles, it's a certainly thought of which way we could go this offseason, I did like a few of the pick ups but whether cap space would allow some of these signing is the biggest problem, but I think gettleman will truly work some kind of magic this offseason and some of these guys mentioned may be better than the free agent guys were thinking of bringing back, thoughts guys?...

http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/1930718-carolina-panthers-a-position-by-position-primer-to-free-agency

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I'm trying to temper my expectations for DG, he has a mountain of an obstacle to overcome in the cap.

I remain hopeful.

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Chrome helmets and logo at midfield.

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Not sure I like the idea of freeman as a backup. It seems like DA is right at home and to enjoys his role on the team. Wonder who would be cheaper?

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Stopped reading at "Josh Freeman"

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I started reading this article and stopped on page 3 after seeing these names. Laughed. And now moving to the next post.

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Aqib Talib is on that list. Hahahahaha, now that is a good one.

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I like some of the ideas but I doubt most being realistic .

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