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Panthers bring back Julian Stanford

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41 minutes ago, Smithers said:

I watched every snap last year and never remember hearing his name 


4 minutes ago, Khyber53 said:

I watched every danged game and I don't remember hearing his name called once. Good for him, though! Good luck dude.



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Stanford spent the 2020 season with the team and appeared in all 16 games. He was mainly a special teams contributor, playing 62 percent of the team’s snaps on the unit. He also received 16 defensive snaps


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13 minutes ago, KSpan said:

Guy's apparently been in the NFL since 2012. Who knew?

That coupled with the fact that many folks (including me) didn’t know he was on the team makes me want to pull for this guy.  Plugging away for 8 years and fighting for every minute of playing time.  I have to root for this man

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