Mike Tolbert eager to show Panthers he’s the same guy now in Buffalo -

Mike Tolbert eager to show Panthers he’s the same guy now in Buffalo

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  • Sep 14 2017 06:23About: 3 months ago
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It’s certainly no secret that veteran players – past and present – weren’t the biggest fans of former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman. Gettleman took hard stances on contracts with some of Carolina’s best players in recent seasons, including Steve Smith, Jordan Gross, Thomas Davis and Greg Olsen. That also meant letting some players walk [more]

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