Found January 13, 2012 on Cat Crave:
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In this second edition of Possible Free Agent Acquisitions, I’m going to focus on the cornerback position. Other than Chris Gamble the Panthers really don’t have a reliable corner on the roster. There are a bunch of solid DB’s that are going to be on the market this offseason and the Panthers would be wise to take advantage of that. … [visit site to read more] Possible Free Agent Acquisitions pt. 2 - Cat Crave - Cat Crave - A Carolina Panthers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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