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Greg Hardy is an immature manchild losing fans everyday

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You don't negotiate a contract in the public.   Gettleman will make the best business decision for the Panthers.  Hardy should talk with his agent and Gettleman in private and come to terms.  Either let him walk, make a trade, or make a deal.  When Peppers left many were upset and Peppers image was hurt.  Hardy has played well and many wish him the best, but leave or stay with class.  You never know what the future holds so always show who you are and people will think highly of you.

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Another call-out thread by Sam Mills Fan? Fantastic. After all, the last one was ever so successful.

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You know what your problem is? You give a fug about what he is doing outside of football. Who gies a poo?

 

I am a football fan and Panther fan. I don't care about choir boys on the team, or badasses, or dumbasses, or greedy mutherfugers. These guys aren't dating my sister. Play good football and I'm in.

 

Stop involving yourself with the personal life of the players and start enjoying the game for what it is.

It's kind of like actors and hollywood. If they can act and make a good film, nice. Don't deprive enjoying it because you don't like their personal life. Who the fug cares, you have no personal connection with them.

 

Some people can separate the two. I can't. If the Panthers signed Richie Incognito, I would be rooting against him even if he was a Panther. His own personal success would be tied to the success of the team. There are some people so terrible that you can't hope they have any personal success at all.

 

Now Hardy isn't at that level, not at all really. I think he's a funny guy; I want him back next year. But what he's doing IS an insult to people that wear his jersey that work at McDonald's or are rocking the unemployment checks right now. 

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Another call-out thread by Sam Mills Fan? Fantastic. After all, the last one was ever so successful.

 

This seems sarcastic. Literally the week after I called out Cam he had his first legit come from behind win. This was obviously because he had read my thread.

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This seems sarcastic. Literally the week after I called out Cam he had his first legit come from behind win. This was obviously because he had read my thread.

Herp Derp.

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You don't negotiate a contract in the public.   Gettleman will make the best business decision for the Panthers.  Hardy should talk with his agent and Gettleman in private and come to terms.  Either let him walk, make a trade, or make a deal.  When Peppers left many were upset and Peppers image was hurt.  Hardy has played well and many wish him the best, but leave or stay with class.  You never know what the future holds so always show who you are and people will think highly of you.

 

Exactly. Peppers was universally loved by Panterdom and people on the Huddle before he walked. Since then, he's been Public Enemy #1. People still like Hardy because he's still a Panther at the moment. The day he walks, watch how quickly people will turn on him.

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I don't think I could disagree more. I'll take Hardy's direct approach to someone like Peppers' passive-aggressive bullshit ten times out of ten. I'm not gonna cry because someone is vocal about what they want. I respect it and wish more people did it.

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This seems sarcastic. Literally the week after I called out Cam he had his first legit come from behind win. This was obviously because he had read my thread.

 

Get over yourself man

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Cool, now maybe Hardy will sign for a bag of Jolly Rancher gummies.

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I don't think I could disagree more. I'll take Hardy's direct approach to someone like Peppers' passive-aggressive bullshit ten times out of ten. I'm not gonna cry because someone is vocal about what they want. I respect it and wish more people did it.

 

Being vocal behind the scenes? I don't care at all. Using your public platform online to make this a one-tracked, daily crusade to people with zero control over the situation? Ehhhhh

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Hardy is a nice problem to have - we know that we can build defensive talent even if we get that talent late. Michael Sam anyone - really : if no team wants him bring that kid here and throw Hardy out. Get rediculous performance on the cheap.

Really? Hardy can be replaced by a 6'1" 260 lb. rookie? That's about as ridiculous as your spelling of ridiculous.

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I would argue there will be universally less vitriol toward Hardy when he leaves than there was toward Peppers.

Hardy has made it clear that he wants to be paid because he has played himself into a situation to get paid. If the generally accepted rumor around here that he was made a long term offer to stay here before the season is true, then he gambled and it paid off. Good for him. Peppers was so passive and that's why people were so heartbroken. He was given contracts of $18-$20MM and still wanted out, but people believed until that final hour he might stay, myself included. He's so soft he makes Jonathan Martin look like a bully by comparison.

Hardy may be too loud for some, but I don't mind people being vocal and direct about what they want, rather than playing games. If, nay when, he gets paid and leaves, I'll harbor no ill will toward him unless he goes to a team I hate like the Saints or Atlanta or somewhere like that.

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