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January 14, 2014

Video: Gettleman-Rivera news conference

Posted by Observer Sports on January 14, 2014 at 03:04 PM | Permalink

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how long is he going to ride that excuse out? his entire contract?

the dude got handed a 12-4 team that he was easily able to get 20 million under the cap year one, and by carrying that over should easily be able to retain that team and add a draft class.

18 of the 25 starters were hurney guys and that's not counting godfrey missing the year, gano who was signed by hurney's assistant, lotulelei who would have been the obvious pick for ANY gm, and the 2nd corner spot which at times was josh thomas.

props to the guy on mitchell, props on ginn. no props what so ever for the beason trade. didn't save enough to only get a 7th rounder for a guy that was a pro bowl OUTSIDE linebacker (as well as inside) previously and balled out in NY this year.


dude needs to stop acting like he was handed the browns or something. it's absolutely insulting and it's insane that the observer doesn't call him on it and instead regurgitates that "cap hell" BS he's been spewing all year.

stop. seriously.

Posted by: charlottean | Jan 15, 2014 11:12:30 AM

I can't wait to see what Gettleman will do with the Panther's in his 2nd year.I believe he is going to help take the Panther's to the next level, as for Rivera I was not sure if he was the coach that this team needed but have changed my mind about him not because of the 12-5 season but because of the cohesiveness that he now brings to this team which I know builds great teams and great championships.As Gettleman stated Rome was not built in a day and neither will the Panther's be. The Panther's future looks bright to me. Keep Pounding Panther's.

Posted by: officer jim | Jan 15, 2014 11:30:40 AM

charlottean,again with the Beason thing. really? Ice up son,ice up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: officer jim | Jan 15, 2014 12:28:02 PM

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