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I like it.  a vet to help our draft picks.

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Cut 35 year old wr#3, sign 32 year old wr#3, pay them both. Sweet game plan. At least we have a proven starter now, even though we already had a proven starter. I thought we were building for "sustained success" not making lateral moves.

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Props to Gman for waiting him out.

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What number will he wear ?

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ESPN this morning:

"It wouldn’t make much sense for Cotchery to sign with the Panthers.
He wouldn’t get a chance to work with a new quarterback until training camp because of the ankle surgery that will sideline Carolina's Cam Newton for the next four months. Cotchery would also be joining a group of wide receivers that has been stripped of almost all of its parts. Toney Clemons , a former seventh-round pick by the Steelers, has the most catches of any wide receiver on Carolina’s roster, and he has a grand total of three receptions.
Cotchery is more of a complementary receiver at this stage of his career, and he excelled as a No. 3 wideout last season when he caught a career-high 10 touchdown passes. Why not reprise that role given his comfort with it, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers’ offense?
The wild-card here is money -- and whether the Panthers are so desperate for wide receivers they are willing to overpay for a player who has logged 10 NFL seasons and turns 32 in June."

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I thought no one wanted to sign with the panthers? At least according to some recent dumbasses on here. 

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What number will he wear ?

 

The way things have been going, 89.

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He's no Steve Smith but he is what we need...

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I thought no one wanted to sign with the panthers? At least according to some recent dumbasses on here. 

 

LOL are you serious. That is ONE signing out of who knows how many FA we met with.

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ESPN this morning:

"It wouldn’t make much sense for Cotchery to sign with the Panthers.
He wouldn’t get a chance to work with a new quarterback until training camp because of the ankle surgery that will sideline Carolina's Cam Newton for the next four months. Cotchery would also be joining a group of wide receivers that has been stripped of almost all of its parts. Toney Clemons , a former seventh-round pick by the Steelers, has the most catches of any wide receiver on Carolina’s roster, and he has a grand total of three receptions.
Cotchery is more of a complementary receiver at this stage of his career, and he excelled as a No. 3 wideout last season when he caught a career-high 10 touchdown passes. Why not reprise that role given his comfort with it, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers’ offense?
The wild-card here is money -- and whether the Panthers are so desperate for wide receivers they are willing to overpay for a player who has logged 10 NFL seasons and turns 32 in June."

 

While numbers have not been disclosed I don't think he would have left charlotte without a contract (presumably to contemplate his destination) if the gman was waiving a large contract at him.

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