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How has there not been a GM or Owner EOY presser?

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So we keep the head coach and GM of a team that lost 7 straight to not make the playoffs. On top of that we cut one of the Most  beloved Panthers of all time and there was no official announcement. I don’t understand why at the very least Hurney hasn’t said a word since season ended. 

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"Yes, we blew it.  No, Ron is certainly not at fault.  He never has been.  No, we don't intend to make any real changes.  Cam's shoulder?  Cam who? Hope you enjoy the logo at midfield.  Bye."

In all honesty, we probably don't want to hear what they have to say.  It would likely just piss us off even more.  No one of consequence was held responsible for this disaster.  In fact, the morons running the show were rewarded by keeping their jobs.

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There still needs to be something...especially with a new owner entering his first offseason who has been very fan-friendly thus far.

A new era is coming into Carolina over the next 24 months and I really expected something....anything. 

Maybe they are waiting for Pep to announce his retirement and/or scared of the onslaught of "Cam's Shoulder" questions. 

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TD was not cut, he was not under contract past this season.

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There will be one after all these veterans are released. Hurney's not going to get in front of the media and answer questions about beloved veterans futures without having chatted with them first. 

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They should be up there in the heat taking questions from the media. Maybe someone in the national maimed is would ask one that needs to be asked, unlike our pansy local media who are afraid to ask the tough questions.

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1 hour ago, rhyslloyd said:

"Yes, we blew it.  No, Ron is certainly not at fault.  He never has been.  No, we don't intend to make any real changes.  Cam's shoulder?  Cam who? Hope you enjoy the logo at midfield.  Bye."

In all honesty, we probably don't want to hear what they have to say.  It would likely just piss us off even more.  No one of consequence was held responsible for this disaster.  In fact, the morons running the show were rewarded by keeping their jobs.

again, it seems pretty clear that the entirety of this team's failures are being blamed on Cam's shoulder.

That not a single person has been held accountable for this unique disaster, outside a very public face of the last regime, really says something and it could speak loud volumes about the future of the QB position.

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25 minutes ago, jfra78 said:

TD was not cut, he was not under contract past this season.

yeah and John fox wasn't fired

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They do them at the end of the season usually.

Unless tepper is a different cat 

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I feel like everyone needs to step back a bit. The guy has owned the team for 6 months. I'd rather them work out things internally then give us a presser. We'll get updates from the media guys.

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20 minutes ago, Growl said:

yeah and John fox wasn't fired

That's not the same thing and what he said was true. His contract was up.

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