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Just now, TrevorLaurenceTime22 said:

Odd move unless they are close to a contract with somone else.

It is odd.  I have to stock up on popcorn cause it looks like I'm going to need it.  I gave up the booze for health reasons.

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5 minutes ago, Panthercougar68 said:

I think he's mostly talking next year being a contract next year for him. He tweeted something earlier to the extent that he can't wait till its turn.

Did he list himself as being a Panther before though?

There's nothing Panthers related on his account and he only lists himself as an "NFL linebacker".

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

Did he list himself as being a Panther before though?

There's nothing Panthers related on his account and he only lists himself as an "NFL linebacker".

I honestly don’t think he did if I remember correctly. Just the nfl linebacker and Maryland stuff.

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