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#3258398 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 01 March 2015 - 09:07 AM

between "ugh we're going to let him walk for nothing fug gettledouche and JR" and "ugh we should have let him walk for nothing last year fug gettledouche and JR" this topic is making my eyes bleed




#3258291 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 10:23 PM

The documentary "Room 237"? About all the different theories of hidden meanings like native American genocide and poo like that in The Shining?

Good stuff. Enjoyed it


Yeah that's it.


#3258012 ROAR Magazine misspells Gettleman's name on cover

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 04:04 PM

i guess pat yasinskas works for the panthers now


#3258006 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 04:00 PM

Hopefully he ends up in the NFC South. 

 

strap in huddle looks like we've got another offseason of "bloo bloo bloo such and such got a raw deal i hope he crushes the panthers while i stroke my neckbeard"




#3257980 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 03:34 PM

those of you going "hur hur protect the shield the panthers don't care about their players morals over wins amirite guys" you need to consider that the deal they cut with goodell saved hardy's ass from a suspension without pay and also allowed him to be in the building and work out in the panthers' facilities. those are two advantages he wouldn't get if the alternative happened. per numerous reports he declined the opportunity which just pissed the FO off even more.

if gettleman would have done what all you billy badasses suggested and done donuts on goodell's yard in his shelby mustang while smoking a marlboro red and flipping the bird hardy would have been suspended without pay and barred from 800 south mint.




#3257966 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 03:19 PM

Easy sign him back, have alot of loop holes in new contract that depend on behaivor. If he screws up again then trade him. That way we at least get draft picks.

Alot of players in nfl have had second chances.

To let him go and get nothing in return is effing stupid. He is way to valuable. Front office has no balls when it comes to bad press.
 

 

yeah couple problems there chief

 

-greg's agent is drew rosenhaus whose job is to keep him from signing a deal like that.  there are going to be teams waving $20+ million guaranteed in his face with no strings attached and they'll both laugh at our deal as they ink one of those.  "personal behavior" clauses also draw the ire of the NFLPA and if we attempt to exercise it it's going to be a drawn out battle.

 

-as for trading him if he gets in trouble again, no team in the league would give us a damn thing for a guy with a track record of trouble who's in the poo again with a possible suspension looming.  they'd just wait for us to cut him if they wanted to take a chance.  shouldn't teams be lining up to trade for justin blackmon if this concept works?

 

-"Front office has no balls when it comes to bad press."  

 

bullshit-greg is on chance three or four since this entire thing started.  after the conviction the panthers let him play rather than disciplining him-there were multiple quotes from the panthers that we were going to let the legal process play out.  then ray rice happened and the NFL had a major PR problem on their hands.  then roger goodell came down on the team with an ultimatum (remember the press conference where gettleman reiterated several times that suspension was never on the table from the panthers) and greg hardy was basically put on paid vacation.  this designation allowed him to be in the building and work with the team which he didn't do per multiple reports.  the FO stuck their neck out for him as best they could and he more or less told them to fug off.

 

-"To let him go and get nothing in return is effing stupid."  i keep seeing this like it's the most original thought in the world and the panthers are just too dumb to see it.  we couldn't get a shoelace in return for greg hardy right now.  if we tagged him nobody in the entire league would table a thing for him because there's no threat whatsoever that the panthers would extend him which is what drives tag and trades in the first place.  he'd have a massive cap hit and it's extremely likely we'd be carrying it all year so wave goodbye to all those FAs we need to sign.

 

the answer to this isn't as simple as you think it is.  the panthers were in the wrong place at the wrong time, period.




#3257907 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 02:20 PM

man imagine how bad this is going to make us look to potential FAs!

 

"don't sign with those panthers man.  if you get in trouble they'll cut a deal with the commish and pay you $13 million (plus a playoff bonus) to rest up and spit hot fire instead of letting you get suspended without pay"




#3257853 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 01:27 PM

They've lost my confidence. The organization sucks. I'll continue to support the players but the organization can go piss off. CJ is getting close to the end of his career. Who the f are they looking for DE? YOU drafted Hardy and helped develope him into a elite DE!!!!! All respect due to CJ but the last time we had an elite DE was Julius Peppers, bottom line! THERE HAVE BEEN AND ARE playing in the NFL that are involved in real criminal acts. WHY THE F*%K would you release someone on suspicion and here say?

The TEAM LEADERS AND COACH AND CITY WANT YOU TO TURN OUR TAX DOLLARS OUR MONEY WE SPEND ON OUR TEAM IN OUR STADIUM(yes) AND ON MERCHANDISE INTO NFC CHAMPIONSHIPS OR BETTER. We were on our way. You told us ten years and you almost did it then you stopped trying! Bill Polian was right!

Pep didn't want to be here so I can't blame you for that one but this s*%#?!? The TEAM said they would foster him. The coach wants the guy on the field. Fans are begging and pleading with you to bring back #76!

These statements coming from Voth indicate you want to do otherwise. What that says to US and 31 other teams and YOUR TEAM is that YOU are ALWAYS chose the shield over them and their will to be great. Say what you will

 

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#3257824 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 01:03 PM

At the least, tag him and get something for him you fuging idiots.

there's nobody in the NFL that would be a trade partner for a tagged player with a possible suspension hanging over his head. what was the last big tag and trade anyway? matt cassel?

that'd be even dumber than just letting him walk because it'd be a virtual guarantee that we'd be carrying his cap hit all year.


#3257773 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 12:35 PM

it's certainly a loss.  his game as a 4-3 DE is about as complete as there is in the league and he's just now entering the prime of his career.

 

remember though he pretty much exploded on to the scene in 2012 and had his 11 sacks.  panther fans knew who he was but nobody else really anticipated that he'd be a breakout player that year.  the same thing could happen again with a prospect like ealy.  charles johnson started to come back on when he finally got healthy near the end of the year too.




#3257674 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 11:40 AM

yeah, but who is the contender? unless he just wants to dominate Carolina 2 times a year, which really can't blame him now.

 

i dunno it just seems like something that would happen

 

it seems like we can't part with a star player without them deep dicking us the very next year.  it happened with peppers and steve smith.




#3257667 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 28 February 2015 - 11:37 AM

i can't shake this feeling that it's a virtual guarantee that he'll sign in the division




#3257171 Brian Hartline and Chris Canty to be released

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 27 February 2015 - 08:23 PM

i wonder why people think hartline is slow. well, at least he's gritty and deceptively athletic


#3256350 FCC's "Net Neutrality" introduced to highly regulate the internet

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 27 February 2015 - 10:28 AM

if you all could just post "government bad" to effectively outline your lack of understanding of what just happened that'd make this topic a lot easier to read




#3255804 FCC's "Net Neutrality" introduced to highly regulate the internet

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 26 February 2015 - 07:41 PM

I find the coincidence very peculiar. I interjected Cuban into the discussion and you later say something about Cuban yet it was just rhetorical?
I then point out why he said bit vs byte and you magically produce a different video where he says megabits and not till the end does he say bits are bits.
But i will take you at your word . You say you were dropping a comment about Cuban unbeknownst to the interview today so be it.

 

cuban has been all over net neutrality for a while now and has been doing a media blitz and several interviews recently.  it's not as insanely improbable as you think.  i saw his name in this topic but it wasn't a specific response to the cnbc interview which is the assumption you made.

 

it was a specific remark in response to an interview of his i watched.  i was only arguing that his input couldn't be trusted thanks to a massive conflict of interest (he's extremely invested in "traditional TV" as a cable exec) and the fact that he can't do unit conversions apparently.