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Hardy Update: He signs tender, long term talks continue


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#1 Delhommey

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:06 AM

Panthers are now fully on the hook, and Hardy can't hold out without collecting pretty serious fines.

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:12 AM

So at this point the only options the team has are to sign him to a long term deal, play him under the 1 yr deal, or trade him to another team - is that right?

And because Hardy has signed the tender, it seems like other teams aren't going to be discussing contract terms with Hardy - which probably makes a trade much less likely. It always seemed to me that the likeliest route to a trade was a team agreeing to terms with Hardy but asking the Panthers for a trade to avoid the two first round picks penalty.

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:16 AM

I just can't see him playing this year for 13 Mil.... I think they get a long term deal done. I seriously don't think he gets traded but I have no clue how they plan on keeping him. I just think they plan on keeping him.



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:19 AM

My guess is they must be close to a long term deal.



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:19 AM

this is starting to look like a possible "regrouping" year. I'm starting to get a feeling we shouldn't expect too much in this year's FA. But that means we'll be looking for Gems in the draft. Furthermore WR at 28 and OL to follow and finish up with another late round DB. Hopefully we won't get another Norman or then again hopefully Norman has learned something.



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:22 AM

So the trade options are officially no more or...?! I was so pumped hearing a/b them yesterday but knew the chance of them happening were slim to none! They should keep the door open for them or they must absolutely figure out a LT deal cuz that is a ridiculous amount of $$! Either way he better be a contender for DPOY this season or ill be unsatisfied

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:22 AM

I just can't see him playing this year for 13 Mil.... I think they get a long term deal done. I seriously don't think he gets traded but I have no clue how they plan on keeping him. I just think they plan on keeping him.

DG/JR are getting ready to drop all kinds of dollars on him like a old blue collars at a strip club. smh #whataboutthefamily?-whataboutthefamily?



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:25 AM

So the trade options are officially no more or...?! I was so pumped hearing a/b them yesterday but knew the chance of them happening were slim to none! They should keep the door open for them or they must absolutely figure out a LT deal cuz that is a ridiculous amount of $$! Either way he better be a contender for DPOY this season or ill be unsatisfied

If I understand it right the Panthers can trade Hardy any time they want BUT Hardy himself can't actively seek out a new deal with another team. So basically everything now has to go through the Panthers if a trade is going to go down but its not off the table.

I just don't see it happening. Rivera and Getts really want to hang on to Hardy, let's just hope its not for 13 mil....



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:25 AM

this is starting to look like a possible "regrouping" year. I'm starting to get a feeling we shouldn't expect too much in this year's FA. But that means we'll be looking for Gems in the draft. Furthermore WR at 28 and OL to follow and finish up with another late round DB. Hopefully we won't get another Norman or then again hopefully Norman has learned something.

 

I'm not sure on the whole regrouping thing.  Do we have some serious FA holes?  Yep.  The good news is that this draft is VERY deep at positions of need, and that's going to push down FA prices big time.  So while I don't know if we'll be NFC South Champs again, I do think we'll be in the hunt for sure.  It's not like anyone in the South is really set up to dominate everyone else at this moment.

 

Here's to great scout work and decisions made.  If we can get some impact/talent out of this draft and pull some good FA bargains (like Ginn and Mitchell were last year), then we'll be competitive.

 

On the Hardy opinion, I do think that he's going to sign a long term deal.  The tag shows that we're committed to him, we just need some time to get the other contracts settled.



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:26 AM

Quit being greedy you overrated bastard.

I doubt they get him or Rosenhaus to agree to anything. Dude gets escorted in Bentley's from airports. Dude only makes $500k but acts & spends like he makes $500m.

He wants money. And he'll never live up to it whenever he gets it.

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:31 AM

Quit being greedy you overrated bastard.

I doubt they get him or Rosenhaus to agree to anything. Dude gets escorted in Bentley's from airports. Dude only makes $500k but acts & spends like he makes $500m.

He wants money. And he'll never live up to it whenever he gets it.

 

 

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:33 AM

Quit being greedy you overrated bastard.

I doubt they get him or Rosenhaus to agree to anything. Dude gets escorted in Bentley's from airports. Dude only makes $500k but acts & spends like he makes $500m.

He wants money. And he'll never live up to it whenever he gets it.


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:34 AM

Quit being greedy you overrated bastard.

I doubt they get him or Rosenhaus to agree to anything. Dude gets escorted in Bentley's from airports. Dude only makes $500k but acts & spends like he makes $500m.

He wants money. And he'll never live up to it whenever he gets it.


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:41 AM

Pay the man, how much is it worth to have some swagger on defense?  



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:43 AM

I'm not sure on the whole regrouping thing.  Do we have some serious FA holes?  Yep.  The good news is that this draft is VERY deep at positions of need, and that's going to push down FA prices big time.  So while I don't know if we'll be NFC South Champs again, I do think we'll be in the hunt for sure.  It's not like anyone in the South is really set up to dominate everyone else at this moment.

 

Here's to great scout work and decisions made.  If we can get some impact/talent out of this draft and pull some good FA bargains (like Ginn and Mitchell were last year), then we'll be competitive.

 

On the Hardy opinion, I do think that he's going to sign a long term deal.  The tag shows that we're committed to him, we just need some time to get the other contracts settled.

I say regrouping on the basis that GH is the obvious priority. So then, assuming he gets the deal in which you and I think, our pockets will be very tight. We must have some leftover paper at the end of the offseason because Cam is due next year. take a look at how many FA we have decide on and the money involved. If we go hard in FA in addition to signing GH and maxing the money, we will be losing many players, hence, regrouping. If necessary I'd rather it be this year than next year. We need Ginn, Mitchell, Mikell if we cut Godfrey, and Dwan is useful to our scheme for the short term.

 

In reference to the division, don't sleep on Atlanta this year, they were hit with injuries and have a solid offensive base in comparison to the current state of the Bucs and Saints. If we want the title again, it will be on our secondary and more so our offensive production. Hence, WR/OL/CB.




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