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Rivera Walks out on Media Session

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2 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Now I'm curious :thinking:

Well maybe the reporters can keep doing their jobs and uncover all that's going on. Or maybe, probably, they won't be allowed to and we can just all keep talking poo about them while pretending to want to be like a large market media group. 

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9 minutes ago, RoaringRiot said:

Well maybe the reporters can keep doing their jobs and uncover all that's going on. Or maybe, probably, they won't be allowed to and we can just all keep talking poo about them while pretending to want to be like a large market media group. 

I can't speak for anybody else, but I've got nothing against the reporters trying to do their jobs.

Some of them may indeed be asshats (I think Kyle Bailey called David Newton that, specifically) but this isn't national security or something. It's sports.

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13 hours ago, ellis said:

Getting “huffy with the media” is probably not how the players see that.

You’re right. Guys like Kyle Allen, Christian McCaffery and some of the other vets I’m sure just loooove having to deal with Cam Newton questions when they shouldn’t have to.

For someone who supposedly “covers” the team you should probably stop speaking in absolutes when you don’t know something.

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17 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

You’re right. Guys like Kyle Allen, Christian McCaffery and some of the other vets I’m sure just loooove having to deal with Cam Newton questions when they shouldn’t have to.

It's part of the job.  Don't like it?  Get another job.

A lot of golfers used to get tired of answering questions about Tiger Woods and then it dawned on them that Tiger is the reason their on-course and off-course earnings had exploded on the upside.

Cam put this franchise on the map nationally, he's the reason people outside the area pay attention to the Panthers.  If they don't already, the vets need to be made to understand this.

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My bad. I did use the word probably. Thought that might’ve covered things. 

Let me start over: in my opinion, there’s a decent probability that the players don’t view what Ron did as a bad thing. This is my opinion. It’s not an official piece of reporting. In fact nothing I do on a message board constitutes reporting. Just throwing out a thought or two. 

Yes, please go ask the beat reporters what they think about it. You’ll get a better view of things I’m sure.

 

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5 minutes ago, SBiii said:

 

Cam put this franchise on the map nationally, he's the reason people outside the area pay attention to the Panthers.  If they don't already, the vets need to be made to understand this.

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7 minutes ago, ellis said:

My bad. I did use the word probably. Thought that might’ve covered things. 

 

I wasn’t just referencing that post. Maybe I should have been more clear. It was more to do with you saying “there’s nothing new to offer on the Cam Newton front” and siding with Ron when in reality...

Well that’s not the case

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9 minutes ago, SBiii said:

It's part of the job.  Don't like it?  Get another job.

A lot of golfers used to get tired of answering questions about Tiger Woods and then it dawned on them that Tiger is the reason their on-course and off-course earnings had exploded on the upside.

Cam put this franchise on the map nationally, he's the reason people outside the area pay attention to the Panthers.  If they don't already, the vets need to be made to understand this.

By this logic you’d be implying that Cam put the NFL on the map. 

That’s not the case. 

These players are being asked questions that the head coach could and should address to put an end to all of this drama but instead he tucks his tail between his legs and runs. 

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1 hour ago, SBiii said:

It's part of the job.  Don't like it?  Get another job.

A lot of golfers used to get tired of answering questions about Tiger Woods and then it dawned on them that Tiger is the reason their on-course and off-course earnings had exploded on the upside.

Cam put this franchise on the map nationally, he's the reason people outside the area pay attention to the Panthers.  If they don't already, the vets need to be made to understand this.

Still remember Barry Switzer asking where Charlotte was... then we kicked their tails

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Belichick walked out of his at 3 minutes over AB questions.   Today. 

I mean, coaches have been doing this for decades.  Decades.  None of them are actual stories.   We just live in a 24 hour social media world 

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