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Panthers GM Hurney staying put

Posted on: June 30, 2010 9:44 pm
 

Steve Reed of the Gaston Gazette says that Panthers GM Marty Hurney is staying with the team. Hurney’s contract was set to expire today.

Reed writes:

Although Hurney’s contract was technically set to expire in June – hypothetically on Wednesday -- and it still remains unclear whether or not he’s actually signed an extension since the Panthers (don’t) announce that information, he was never a threat to leave. And he's still employed by the Panthers. 

According to team spokesman Charlie Dayton, Hurney is on vacation this week, along with most of the team’s coaching staff and the majority of the team’s employees. Most are on vacation through next week and won't return to work until mid-July to begin preparations for the start of training camp in Spartanburg, S.C. Players report on July 28.

--Andy Benoit

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Since: Jun 16, 2007
Posted on: June 30, 2010 10:07 pm
 

Panthers GM Hurney staying put

This was a given.  He was never going to leave.  Jerry Richardson wouldn't purge the roster just to let some new GM come in and build the roster back up with outside talent.  The Panthers are a sleeper to do some damage this year.  With an easy schedule and Matt Moore replacing Jake Delhomme at quarterback, the Panthers could very easily make the playoffs alongside divisional foes the Saints and Falcons.


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