Panthers Fire General Manager Hurney

Panthers give GM Hurney the boot: Here are a few reasons why

10/22/12 in NFL   |   Matthew_Shovlin   |   735 respect

- Finally, we have the six-year, $76 million contract given to defensive end Charles Johnson. Johnson received the contract after a season with 11.5 sacks - nearly double his previous career high of 6 - and followed up his big payday with a very modest 9 sack season. Johnson has still never made a Pro Bowl.

These are just a few of the decisions that led the Panthers to the conclusion of handing Hurney his walking papers. Brandon Beane, the team's director of football operations, will serve as the interim general manager.

The entire Panthers' coaching staff is now on the hot seat, and you can expect to see some more firings should the team continue their terribly disappointing season.
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10/22/12   |   jaysinw   |   4899 respect

There are many reasons why he got fired, I do not believe the Panthers were going in the direction of pass first with Cam. It looked more as if he was looking to run first pass second and then used his backs to run the ball third. They need a true leader on the team which plays on the field and right now they do not have that guy, on offense or defense.