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Mr. Scot

Where do you NOT want to see Thomas Davis go?

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At some point all the planning and intentions he signaled need to be taken into account. He said last year was his final one, the team started prepping for it; then he earned a suspension and didn't want to end on a year like that. Not the Panthers fault. I'd rather he stayed myself but at the same time his situation changed; not the Panthers. I wish him nothing but success next year but I'm just asking him to keep looking at the big picture. I want him at alumni days. I want him in the community. I want him to be the most popular and engaged retired Panther ever. One year as a Falcon and he will take some kind of hit. One year as a Charger or Bill or whatever, no one will care. Think Farve as a Viking vs a Jet.

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I actually think the Jaguars would be a great fit for him, problem is that offense is going nowhere fast and he probably wants to win.  It makes Dallas and Atlanta real possibilities unfortunately.  Maybe the Bengals.  

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it would be funny if he goes to the Giants after gettleman didnt want to extend him

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I don’t care where he goes, he’s only got one more year left in my opinion and I hope he goes somewhere and wins a super bowl......he’s a good dude and deserves it.  

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it doesn't matter, he's done.  It will be Stewart 2.0 and he'll be on IR before the halfway season.  Hell of a career and one of the best NFL comeback stories ever, but for once Hurney made the right decision moving on to a more youthful replacement.

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1 hour ago, MVPccaffrey said:

it doesn't matter, he's done.  It will be Stewart 2.0 and he'll be on IR before the halfway season.  Hell of a career and one of the best NFL comeback stories ever, but for once Hurney made the right decision moving on to a more youthful replacement.

He should just retire

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