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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?
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The California Panthers? If certain political interests have their way, that might be the case.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Panthers special teams coordinator Brian Murphy on Monday became the latest casualty of Carolina's disappointing season.
Coach Ron Rivera announced the Panthers (2-7) fired Murphy one day after Carolina surrendered a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown to Trindon Holliday in Sunday's 36-14 loss to the Denver Broncos.
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