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Ted Ginn Jr
Boston College Eagles
If the past two seasons have taught Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera anything, it's the importance of starting fast.
The Panthers stumbled out of the blocks the last two seasons, going 1-5 in 2011 and 1-6 last year. The slow starts cost general manager Marty Hurney his job.
By midseason the Panthers have been out of the playoff hunt, so it hardly matters that they've gone 9-3 in post-Thanksgiving Day games during that span or that they won four straight to close last season.
Rivera told Cam Newton and the rest of his players that they need to arrive at training camp with a sense of purpose, focused on being ready to go out and win the season opener at home against the Seattle Seahawks. On Sept. 8.
''I'm going to talk about starting strong,'' Rivera said. ''Because if you don't start fast, you have to make it up anyway.''
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Carolina's Ryan Kalil isn't about to say anything that can be construed as a Super Bowl prediction.
Not after last year.
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The Carolina Panthers have waived injured wide receiver Lamont Bryant who began camp injured and very well could end up spending the whole year on the injured reserve.
In corresponding moves, the Panthers also signed offensive lineman Garrett Chisolm and wide receiver Dominique Curry to help add depth to their training camp roster.
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According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, linebacker Jon Beason has renegotiated his contract with the Panthers.
#Panthers LB Jon Beason renegotiated his contract today. Was supposed to make $5.25 million this year
— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) July 25, 2013
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We reported yesterday that the NFL and the NFLPA are getting closer to agreeing on HGH testing.
Panthers linebacker Jon Beason told the NFL Network that he’s looking forward to being tested for HGH.
“For me, I’m happy. I don’t take that stuff, so I’m more than happy to do it. The guys who are taking it, now if they get caught it’s an even playing field,” Beason said...
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