• Gettleman trying to get Panthers to long-term stability

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 21, 2013
    It was a long time coming and I feel like I’m ready,” Gettleman said. New Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman can’t think too much about the draft at this point, as he has more immediate concerns. Gettleman said he needs to think long term “so we’re not standing here talking about” cap problems the next few years. After attending the combine for a quarter-century in a scouting capacity, Gettleman is here for the first time as a GM. The Panthers are about $10 million over the projected $122 million cap. Williams is a guy that could have some trade value, and the Panthers can keep that value high by making it sound like they’re not looking to trade him. But he offered a seemingly contradictory assessment of his running back situation, when asked about the long range plan for Stewart and DeAngelo Williams.
    • Can Panthers keep Williams and Stewart?

      Although many think it’s a foregone conclusion that the Carolina Panthers will have to part ways with either DeAngelo Williams or Jonathan Stewart, new general manager Dave Gettleman said that might not end up being the case. “Can we keep both of them
      Source: ESPN.com

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