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April 28, 2008

Walker not quite a Panther yet

While reports almost everywhere, including our own, were announcing that defensive tackle Darwin Walker had signed with the Panthers, the sides have not inked the contract. What they do have is an agreement on terms. Walker is expected in town Tuesday to take a physical, and if he passes that, the deal will be completed.

He’s almost certain to pass and become a Panther, but technically, he’s not one yet. Just wanted to clarify that after mushing it up.

-- Stan Olson

Posted by Observer Sports on April 28, 2008 at 05:40 PM | Permalink


Good think Fowler wasent reporting that. He would have had him gearing up for the TE position.

Posted by: Joe | Apr 29, 2008 2:07:56 AM

I am tired of reading how people want to get rid of John Fox and the Genearal Manager...John Fox is the best in the NfL..I guess everyone forgot how he turmed this football team around..He did not give our draft pick away,I am tired of hearing that he did what was best for the team..instead of trying to get rid of the coach and general manager..Why not get rid of some of the players that don't perform and get new players...John Fox and the Genreal Manager needs to stay he is the best in the Nfl...Panther fan...

Posted by: Randy Hall | Apr 29, 2008 1:35:47 PM

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