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Frash Brastard

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Brandon Spikes' twitter fury against Pats organization

09 April 2014 - 04:08 PM


But why can't we be more like those guys?

Pennsylvania HS stabbing spree results in 0 dead

09 April 2014 - 02:33 PM


Some of the injuries are pretty serious however it is expected that they will survive


03 April 2014 - 10:28 AM


During Gaga's performance of Swine at the SXSW conference in Texas, Brown drank a bottle of luminous green milk, which she then vomited on to Gaga's breasts, before drinking a bottle of black milk, climbing onto a mechanical bull with the singer, and doing it again, the two of them writhing in the mess.

No words

rick and morty

21 March 2014 - 12:32 PM

ok who else is watching this ridiculously awesome cartoon

Don't blame Gettleman for the trouble we're facing now

14 March 2014 - 12:03 AM

Blame the dumbass that preceded him


But this nightmare isn’t just about this year. The Panthers aren’t in a position where they can afford to sign big-name free agents to long-term contacts. That’s because they already are facing a cap mess for next year and potentially for 2015.

Carolina already has $127 million committed toward next year’s salary cap and that obviously doesn’t include the players they draft this year. This year’s draft class will put the Panthers at well over $130 million in cap space next year and the cap isn’t expected to rise much from this year’s $130 million figure.

Then, there’s 2015. The Panthers already have $107 million committed toward the 2015 cap and that’s for only 19 players. The players they draft in 2014 and 2015 are going to take up a good chunk of cap space. Oh, by the way, Carolina’s probably going to sign quarterback Cam Newton to a huge contract extension before the 2015 season.

Basically when Hurney went ballistic in 2011 by signing all the players he drafted that were the core of a 2-14 team, he backloaded them so much that 19 player salaries were scheduled to account for over 100 million next year, which is atrocious, and it was well documented at the time those deals were made that it was going to be a problem for years. Of course the next year Hurney decided to spend what little future money we had left on a guy who played a position we'd already signed a guy to play long term. You have heard me complain about it a million times but now you realize why. The situation we're in is absolutely paralyzing. I don't know how the departure of Gross, Smith, and Beason affect that "107" number but that gets us down to what, exactly? Gettleman can't make chicken salad out of chicken poo, and that's exactly what he's had to deal with ever since he took the job with Hurney's obnoxiously overpaying contracts still on the books for years.

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