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Luke Kuechly has resigned from the Panthers scouting staff


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By the way, my dumbass looking Joe Person pic is because I lost a bet with Fua.  He did this to me---he is to blame.  I will return to normal form when my Back to the future hair restoration glitter gel runs out. 

 

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1 minute ago, MHS831 said:

By the way, my dumbass looking Joe Person pic is because I lost a bet with Fua.  He did this to me---he is to blame.  I will return to normal form when my Back to the future hair restoration glitter gel runs out. 

 

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Thanks for everything Luke, especially putting Chinn on game (mentoring) in his first year. I’m sure he will stick as a mentor for some of the guys he connected with. 

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It will be interesting to see what he goes and does.  And if he stays in football....

probably hard to transition to being a pro scout while still in your prime as a GOAT at your position. 

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Can't find any details. This is as close as I've seen and I'm not sure he actually knows anything.

Edit: Someone above asked Voth

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10 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

By the way, my dumbass looking Joe Person pic is because I lost a bet with Fua.  He did this to me---he is to blame.  I will return to normal form when my Back to the future hair restoration glitter gel runs out. 

 

LOL! That's quality.

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So Voth knows where he went?

Luke seems like he would be a better coach than a scout if he wanted to  stay in football. 

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6 minutes ago, CRA said:

So Voth knows where he went?

Luke seems like he would be a better coach than a scout if he wanted to  stay in football. 

Reading between the lines, it sounds like he's not staying in football, at least for now.

It's kind of understandable. Somebody who throws themselves into a job as hard as Luke does could pretty easily burn themselves out.

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20 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

By the way, my dumbass looking Joe Person pic is because I lost a bet with Fua.  He did this to me---he is to blame.  I will return to normal form when my Back to the future hair restoration glitter gel runs out. 

 

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David Newton is reporting that this actually happened before free agency started.

It has been confirmed that it's not health related.

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14 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Reading between the lines, it sounds like he's not staying in football, at least for now.

It's kind of understandable. Somebody who throws themselves into a job as hard as Luke does could pretty easily burn themselves out.

I don’t know if pro scouting is different than college or high school....but the travel of the other two has got to really be a drag for the average person.  

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2 minutes ago, CRA said:

I don’t know if pro scouting is different than college or high school....but the travel of the other two has got to really be a drag for the average person.  

And you know Luke would never half ass it.

Lord knows he's been consumed by football for a pretty good portion of his life. A break might not be a bad idea.

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