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Report: CB AJ Bouye close to deal with Panthers


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Just now, Snake said:

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He was great with the Texans and pretty good with the Jags for a year or two.  I don’t think he was very good last year (was traded to Denver) and also was suspended for PED’s.  He’ll be 30 when the season starts.  I’d like it if it’s a cheap, short deal.  Big money, though?  I’m not sure about that.  

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