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06 Aug 2007
Panthers Math: Chris Harris + Mike Minter's retirement = Nate Salley still starting at free safety. This might be what we refer to as a "weakness."
Posted by: Stuart Fraser on 06 Aug 2007
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07 Aug 2007, 11:09am by
Dammit! I knew the Bears should have held out for more than a fifth for Harris - not that he would neccessarily be worth it, but when a team is desperate make them pay.
And I believe Tim Lewis is their defensive coordinator now?
86-85 final score of Saints/Panthers?:P
Go Big Red!
Good luck, Mike.
Tim Lewis is the DBs coach in Carolina. Mike Trgovac is the DC.
"This might be what we refer to as a â€œweakness.â€?" And Minter wouldn't have been one? Mike was a lot of things for the team, still a good player is sadly no longer one of those things.
allegedly, the panthers front office did not know about Minter's potential retirement when they dealt for Chris Harris
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Offensive line problems highlight the needs in the NFC North ... except in Chicago, which is kind of unsettling to think about.
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