Found November 11, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
If you’re a Panther’s fan, you might have cause to worry. When the Oakland Raiders returned to Oakland, Los Angeles and the NFL have been positioning themselves to get another team in one of America’s top markets. Unfortunately it’s usually a team that isn’t doing very well, and resides in a small market. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, political officials in California have been wooing Carolina owner Jerry Richardson about a possible upheaval to L.A.. Richardson is looking for public help in renovating Bank of America Stadium, a recipe that is a very familiar root to a team moving. This puts the pressure on city officials to get a deal done to fix up the stadium. However, these types of things can change quickly if money and the right situation comes about. Think Richardson wouldn’t mind watching his team under the sunny skies of Southern California?   var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
11 Comments:
  • we are going threw a lot.I don't think all the problem panther are having are do to coaches and management we have some weak player that can't stop a high school defender. To protect quarterback we need strong defence.and offence is a joke.i've been a fan from day one but it get harder knowing you are going to lose every sunday.it take me to point out who stay and who go i would just about clean house.
  • Is that even English? You're the reason why the panthers are going to move. Richardson knows that his biggest fans are border line retarded, white trash that will never cough up 80 dollars to go and see a football game or buy a jersey. In sunny LA he will sell out every home game and actually make some money.
  • North Carolina has the highest per capita of PHD's. We are not a bunch of hicks. You are the one that sounds ignorant. Despite being mediocre at best year after year, the Panthers have sold out for 100 consecutive games as of last Sunday. There goes your theory. Actually, if the Panthers want to stink up Southern Cal, the fans will find other things to do on Sunday,lol.
  • Hey "motorboatchump" --- I'm proud be have been an original PSL owner and season ticket holder of the Carolina Panthers since 1995. What I'm ashamed to admit is that I was born in Oakland and educated in Santa Barbara County. Thank God the war in Vietnam got me out of freaking weird azz State and showed me a better way. Oh by the way, since you lefty nut cases in LALA, Kalifornia do such a tremendous job in supporting your NFL teams how do you explain the Raiders being back in Oakland; the Rams in St. Louis; and the Chargers in San Diego? That's right, LA fans are nothing but front runners with no alligence to anything by themselves.
  • Send them to LA. They are just as bad as Miami when it comes to home games. How long since they sold out?
  • The Panthers rank 5th in the league in attendance, Miami is 30th. They also have 88 consecutive sellouts at home. So no, they are not moving.
  • Last Sunday for like the 100th straight game. Nice try.
  • 1johnte you are an idiot go back to Mexico and take an English lesson
  • 1johnte don't need to go to Mexico, it's clear that's where he came from. He needs to go to grammer school.
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