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When Luke Kuechly announced his retirement in a video in the middle of January, it punched a hole in the heart of the Panthers’ defense. Linebackers of Kuechly’s caliber usually only come along once every generation.
More than two months after he shocked the NFL world by retiring at 28, former Carolina Panthers star linebacker Luke Kuechly reportedly doesn’t have any regrets over his decision and isn’t contemplating a return to football as a player.
nb游戏平台Samuel is coming off his best season, having caught a career-high 54 passes for 627 yards and six touchdowns. He has also contributed as a gadget-type player, logging 31 touches in the run game in his career.
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